The Piano Artistry of Jonathan Edwards

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The Piano Artistry of Jonathan Edwards
Studio album by Jo Stafford and Paul Weston
Released 1957
Genre Traditional pop
comedy
Label Columbia
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The Piano Artistry of Jonathan Edwards is a 1957 album of songs by Paul Weston and Jo Stafford in the guise of Jonathan and Darlene Edwards, a New Jersey lounge act who deliberately play the piano and sing off-key, putting their own interpretation on popular songs. Most of the tracks feature Weston's piano playing, although on four he is accompanied by Darlene. The album was released by Columbia Records (Catalog No: CL 1024) in 1957. It was re-released in 1985 by Corinthian Records.

Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. It Might As Well Be Spring
  2. Poor Butterfly
  3. Autumn in New York (v. Darlene Edwards)
  4. Nola
  5. Stardust
  6. It's Magic (v. Darlene Edwards)

Side two[edit]

  1. Sunday, Monday or Always
  2. Jealousy
  3. Cocktails for Two (v. Darlene Edwards)
  4. Dizzy Fingers
  5. Three Coins in the Fountain
  6. You're Blasé (v. Darlene Edwards)

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Piano Artistry of Jonathan Edwards at AllMusic. Retrieved 30 August 2011.