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Carla Bley

Carla Bley (born Lovella May Borg; May 11, 1936) is an American jazz composer, pianist, organist and bandleader.[2] An important figure in the free jazz movement of the 1960s, she is perhaps best known for her jazz opera Escalator over the Hill (released as a triple LP set), as well as a book of compositions that have been performed by many other artists, including Gary Burton, Jimmy Giuffre, George Russell, Art Farmer, John Scofield and her ex-husband Paul Bley.
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Recently added songs of Carla Bley:
Liver Of Life
Businessmen
Sing Me Softly Of The Blues

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SONGS OF CARLA BLEY - THE 26 BEST SONGS OF THE ARTIST
1 - Utviklingssang
2 - Dining Alone
3 - Funnybird Song
4 - Song Sung Long
5 - More Brahms
6 - End Of Vienna
7 - Fresh Impression
8 - Two Banana
9 - Five Banana
10 - Walking Batteriewoman
11 - Hotel Overture
12 - Baseball
13 - Life Goes On: Life Goes On
14 - Ad Infinitum
15 - Lawns
16 - Four
17 - One Banana
18 - Three Banana
19 - Why
20 - Birds Of Paradise
21 - Escalator Over The Hill
22 - One Banana More
23 - Song To Anything That Moves
24 - Sing Me Softly Of The Blues
25 - Businessmen
26 - Liver Of Life
DISCOGRAPHY OF CARLA BLEY
2020: ''Life Goes On''
2016: ''Andando El Tiempo''
2013: ''Trios''
2009: ''Carla's Christmas Carols''
2009: ''Carla's Christmas Carols''
2008: ''Appearing Nightly''
2007: ''The Lost Chords find Paolo Fresu''
2005: ''Sextet''
2004: ''The Lost Chords''
2000: ''4x4''
1999: ''Are We There Yet?''
1998: ''Fancy Chamber Music''
1996: ''The Carla Bley Big Band Goes To Church''
1995: ''Songs With Legs''
1994: ''Heavy Heart''
1993: ''Big Band Theory''
1993: ''Go Together''
1991: ''The Very Big Carla Bley Band''
1988: ''Duets''
1987: ''Dinner Music''
1985: ''Night-Glo''
1983: ''The Ballad of the Fallen''
1981: ''Social Studies''
1975: ''13 & 3/4''
1974: ''Tropic Appetites''
1971: ''Escalator Over the Hill''
1966: ''Jazz Realities''
''Looking for America''
''rarum: Selected Recordings''
''Die Kleine Freiheit (solo)''