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  1. Eddie Jefferson. "Moody's Mood for Love" is a 1952 song by Eddie Jefferson, whose melody is derived from an improvised solo by jazz saxophonist James Moody (and a brief solo in the middle by pianist Thore Swanerud) on a 1949 recording of the 1935 song "I'm in the Mood for Love". [1] The song is structured as a duet, with a man proclaiming his love ...

  2. Moody’s Mood for Love Lyrics [Verse 1] There I go, there I go There I go, there I go Pretty baby, you are the soul Who snaps my control Such a funny thing but every time you're near me I never...

  3. Eddie Jefferson - Moody's Mood All That Jazz Don Kaart 98.8K subscribers 14K views 3 years ago Eddie Jefferson - Moody's Mood For Love ............................................. Eddie...

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  4. James Moody & Eddie Jefferson — Moody's Mood for Love 10,317 views Feb 6, 2013 160 Dislike Share Save Manuel Aristarán 478 subscribers James Moody & Eddie Jefferson's original version of...

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  5. Moody's Mood For Love 6,951 views Jul 20, 2015 142 Dislike Share Eddie Jefferson - Topic 516 subscribers Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Moody's Mood For Love · Eddie Jefferson The Main...

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  6. 20 de ene. de 2023 · James Moody & Eddie Jefferson -“Moody’s Mood for Love” by Brian Zimmerman Saxophonist James Moody (1925 – 2010) Saxophonist and flutist James Moody was born on this day in Savannah, Georgia, in 1925. After an early stint with the Dizzy Gillespie bebop orchestra, Moody ventured out to form several outstanding ensembles under his own name.