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Listen to music from Sir Charles Thompson like Rhythm Itch and 'Tain't What You Do (It's The Way That Cha Do It). Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Sir Charles Thompson. Charles Phillip Thompson (March 21, 1918 – June 16, 2016) was an American swing and bebop pianist, organist, composer and arranger. Thompson was born in Springfield, Ohio. His father was a minister and his stepmother played the piano. He first studied violin and briefly played tenor saxophone, but took up piano as a teenager. He moved with his family to Parsons, Kansas, and he attended a Kansas City high school.
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Charles or Charlie Thompson may refer to: Charles Thompson (Cherokee chief) (died 1891), (Cherokee name Oochalata), Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation. Charles Collins Thompson (1898–1983), Texas judge, attorney, banker and rancher. Charles Edwin Thompson (1890–1966), Canadian politician. Charles H. Thompson (Wisconsin) (1935–2012), Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation 1987–1991.
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|1||Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
Written-By – O. Hammerstein*, S. Romberg*
Written-By – R. Haggart*, J. Burke*
|3||Bei Mir Bist Du Schon
Written-By – S. Cahn*, S. Chaplin*, S. Secunda*
|4||My One And Only Love
Written-By – G. Wood*, R. Mellin*
Written-By – I. B. Jacquet*, S. K. Russell*, S. C. Thompson*
|6||Lullaby Of The Leaves
Written-By – B. Petkere*, J. Young*
|7||For The Ears
Written-By – S. C. Thompson*
- Recorded At – Kanagawa Kokaido, Yokohama
- Mastered At – CD Design Mastering
- Bass – Kohji Tohyama*
- Design – Makoto Kanemura
- Drums – Yukio Kimura
- Engineer, Producer, Photography By – Mitsuo Jofu
- Mastered By – Kazuhiro Yamagata
- Piano – Sir Charles Thompson
NotesRecorded April 13, 1993.
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