Paul Alan Laughlin's

Musical Recordings


Paul
                Studio

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"Standards"
 

"Standards" refers to tried and true tunes that almost everyone
familiar with twentieth century American music has heard
performed often and by a variety of singers and other musicians.
Standards are also the stock-in-trade for professional musicians
who "cover" the so-called "Great American Songbook." Many
of these tunes were written by some of the great composers and
lyricists of the twentieth century, such as Fats Waller, Art Tatum,
George and Ira Gershwin, Rogers and Hammerstein/Hart,
Hoagy Carmichael, Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorn, Billy
Joel, and McCartney/Lennon--to name but a few.

All of the selections were recorded after May of 2013 in my home-based piano-
organ-keyboard room, using a Yamaha F105B electric piano as a controller
hardwired to my MacBook Pro laptop and using Apple's GarageBand,
virtual recording studio. Scroll all the way down the page for a photo
of my layout.

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"Auld Lang Syne" by Robert Burns/trad. Scottish folk tune

"Autumn Leaves" by Joseph Kosma & Johnny Mercer 


"Ballin' The Jack" by Jim Burris & Chris Smith

"Both Sides Now" by Joni Mithell 

"Danny Boy" by Frederic Weatherly (lyrics);
music "Londonderry Air (trad.)

"Desperado" by Glenn Fry & Don Henley 

"Down by the Riverside"
(traditional)  

 
"Dream" by Johnny Mercer"

"Edelweiss" by Oscar Hammerstein & Richard Rogers

"Embraceable You" by Ira & George Gershwin   


"Fly Me to theMoon" (aka "In Other Words") by Bart Howard

"For All We Know" by J. Fred Coots and Sam M. Lewis 

"Georgia on My Mind" by Stuart Gorrell & Hoagy Carmichael

"The Girl from Ipanema" by
Norman Gimbel & Antonio Carlos Jobim 

"Hallelujah" by Leonard Cohen  


"Happy Trails to You"
by Dale Evans Rogers

"Here, There and Everywhere" by  
 
John Lennon & Paul McCartney

"Here's That Rainy Day" by Johnny Burke & Jimmy Van Heusen

"Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo"  by Helen Deutsch & Bronislau Kaper

"I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" by Harry Carroll & Joseph McCarthy


"I'm Glad There is You" by Jimmy Dorsey & Paul Madeir
 
"If" by David Gates  
   

"In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning" by Bob Hilliard & David Mann

"It Might As Well Be Spring" by Richard Rogers &   

Oscar Hammerstein

"It's a Raggy Waltz" by Paul Desmond (with Dave Brubeck)

"Jesse" by Janis Ian

"Lara's Theme" by Maurice Jarre & Ray Conniff 


"Little Girl Blue"
by Lorenz Hart & Richard Rogers

"Love Me Tender" by Elvis Presley, George R. Poulton,

and Ken Darby (aka Vera Matson)
 

"Lulu's Back in Town" by Al Dubin & Harry Warren

"Misty" by Johnny Burke & Erroll Garner 

"Mona Lisa" by Ray Evans & Jay Livingston

"Moon River" by Henry Mancini 

"Moonglow" by Will Hudson & Irving Mills

"Moonlight in Vermont" by John Blackburn and Karl Suessdorf

"My Funny Valentine" by Lorenz Hart & Richard Rogers

"My Melancholy Baby" by George A. Norton & Ernie Burnett

"My Old Kentucky Home" by Stephen Foster

"My One and Only Love" by Robert Mellin and and Guy Woods

"Nobody Does It Better" by   
Marvin Hamlisch & Carole Bayer Singer
 
"One Mint Julep" by Rudy Toombs  
 

"Pretty Baby" by Tony Jackson

"Proud Mary" by John Fogerty 

"Send in the Clowns"
by Stephen Sondheim 


"Sentimental Journey" by Bud Green, 
 Les Brown, & Ben Horner


"Shangri-La" by Matty Malneck, Carl Sigman
& Robert Maxwell


"Smile" by Charles Chaplin

"Softly As I Leave You" by Hal Shaper & Antonio de Vita

"Something" by George Harrison  

 "Somewhere Out There"
by
James Horner, Barry Mann & Cynthia West

"Somewhere Over the Rainbow" by
E. Y. Harburg and Harold Arlen

"Song from M*A*S*H" by   
Mike Altman & Johnny Mandel

"Sophisticated Lady" by Mitchell Parish & Duke Ellington

"Stardust" by Mitchell Parish & Hoagy Carmicheal

"Summertime" by George Gershwin,

    DuBose Heyward, & Ira Gershwin

"Swingin' Shepherd Blues" by Moe Koffman 


"Tenderly" by Jack Lawrence & Walter Gross

"That's All" by Alan Brandt &
Bob Haymes (aka Bob Stanton)

"The Gentle Rain" by Luiz Bonfa 

"The Girl from Ipanema" by
Norman Gimbel & Antonio Carlos Jobim 

"The Man I Love" by Ira & George Gershwin

"The Song from Moulin Rouge" by Jacques Larue,
William Engvick, and Georges Auric

"The Tennessee Waltz" by Redd Stewart & Pee Wee King
 

"The Way We Were" by
Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman & Marvin Hamlisch

"Things Ain't What They Used to Be" by Mercer Ellington

"This Little Light of Mine" (traditional) 


"This Masquerade" by Leon Russell   

"Unchained Melody" by Hy Zaret & Alex North  

"Until It's Time for You to Go" by Buffy Sainte-Marie

"Up a Lazy River" by Hoagy Carmichael & Sidney Arodin

"What Are You Doing New Year's Eve" by Frank Loesser

"What'll I Do?" by Irving Berlin 

"When I Fall In Love" by Victor Young & Edward Heyman

"When You Wish Upon A Star" by
Leigh Harline & Ned Harline

"Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" by
  
Gerry Goffin and Carole King

"You Are My Sunshine" by Oliver Hood 


  "You Light Up My Life" by Joseph Brooks 

"You Needed Me" by Randy Goodrum 


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PKR

This is my home Keyboard Room/Recording Studio. It was formerly a living room,
but on the other side of the conveniently-located kitchen, there is a huge family
room, where the family actually spends most of its time when we are at home.

Nearly all of the recording is done in the corner at the far end of the room. You
will notice no  microphones in this photo, because digital recording doesn't
require them, though they are always an option for the acoustic instruments,
like the baby grand piano and the Hammond B-3 organ, which are pictured,
and horns, drums, guitars, and other instruments that may be used
from time to time.


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