This is not to say the playing itself is substandard, it is far from that via these excellent jazz musicians.
I noticed that the very first titles of the King's "Masterpiece Selection 150" series (GXK-8001 thru GXK-8150) were released in 1977 - fixed.
(I have confirmed this fact with a copy of GXK-8007 "Spring") deleted most of the description regarding "awesome sounds", "sounds better" or something like that, in order to minimize confusion by the readers.
This kind of band has been conceived before -- remember Out of the Blue?
-- but the difference is these are not new rising stars, but established musicians who have carved their own identities on other labels, except pianist and ostensible leader Bill Charlap.
However, there have been too many variations ever released that may confuse us.
That's why I started this page, in order to clarify which album was ever issued in Japan and when, which album is said to be really collectable, etc.
'It's about a situation myself and so many others find themselves in when you feel ignored and not loved in a relationship, yet you’re still hearing empty words like "I can't live without you," and it tears you up inside,' she explained to Billboard of the track.
'I really hope all my fans love this record, or think it's cool, or funny, or sad, or it helps them, or not,' she said.
Archives has interment records for a number of burial grounds within the North East.