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20th Century Piano Genius
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performed by Art Tatum, 1909-1956 (Verve Records, 1996), 1 hour 56 mins
This double album was taped at a private party in 1956, featuring the amazing Art Tatum on solo piano. Tatum, who died the following year, never did decline, and he is in prime form throughout this highly enjoyable and frequently exciting set of standards. There are no real romps a la "Tiger Rag" but the 27 perfor...
performed by Art Tatum, 1909-1956 (Verve Records, 1996), 1 hour 56 mins
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Accentuate The Positive
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performed by Al Jarreau, 1940-2017 (Verve Records, 2004), 50 mins
Although centered around songs from the 1940s, Al Jarreau's Accentuate the Positive is another stellar modern jazz album that continues the winning streak he began with his 2000 comeback, Tomorrow Today. Similar to his previous effort, the R&B-infused All I Got, the album features classy production from Tommy LiPu...
performed by Al Jarreau, 1940-2017 (Verve Records, 2004), 50 mins
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Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite
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performed by Francisco Raúl Gutiérrez Grillo, 1908-1984, Mario Bauzá, 1911-1993, Flip Phillips, 1915-2001, Jose Mangual, 1924-1998, Cándido and Charlie Parker, 1920-1955 (Verve Records, 2005), 17 mins
performed by Francisco Raúl Gutiérrez Grillo, 1908-1984, Mario Bauzá, 1911-1993, Flip Phillips, 1915-2001, Jose Mangual, 1924-1998, Cándido and Charlie Parker, 1920-1955 (Verve Records, 2005), 17 mins
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After Hours With Miss D
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performed by Dinah Washington, 1924-1963, Clarence Anderson, 1924-1971, Keter Betts, Cándido de Guerra Camero, 1921-, Eddie Davis, 1922-1986, Julian 'Junior' Mance, 1928-, Paul Quinichette, 1916-1983, Clark Terry, 1920-2015 and Ed Thigpen, 1930-2010 (Verve Records, 2004), 51 mins
Any self-respecting jazz musician would leap at the chance to record an afterhours session with Dinah Washington. One of the finest musician's singers, Washington demanded respect from her band and paid in return by giving her fellow players plenty of room for solos, on record or in concert. Her Dinah Jams LP from...
performed by Dinah Washington, 1924-1963, Clarence Anderson, 1924-1971, Keter Betts, Cándido de Guerra Camero, 1921-, Eddie Davis, 1922-1986, Julian 'Junior' Mance, 1928-, Paul Quinichette, 1916-1983, Clark Terry, 1920-2015 and Ed Thigpen, 1930-2010 (Verve Records, 2004), 51 mins
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Aka Jelena Ana Milcetic
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conducted by Torrie Zito, 1933-2009 and Frank Zuback; performed by Helen Merrill, 1930- and Steve Lacy, 1934-2004 (Verve Records, 2000), 53 mins
conducted by Torrie Zito, 1933-2009 and Frank Zuback; performed by Helen Merrill, 1930- and Steve Lacy, 1934-2004 (Verve Records, 2000), 53 mins
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Anita O'Day At Mister Kelly's
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performed by Anita O'Day, 1919-2006 and Joe Masters, fl. 1967 (Verve Records, 2005), 33 mins
performed by Anita O'Day, 1919-2006 and Joe Masters, fl. 1967 (Verve Records, 2005), 33 mins
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Anita O'Day Sings The Winners
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performed by Anita O'Day, 1919-2006, Pete Candoli, 1923-2008, Bob Enevoldsen, 1920-2005, Harry Edison, 1915-1999, Bill Dowdy, 1933-, Larry Bunker, 1928-2005, Gene Harris, 1933-2000, Mel Lewis, 1929-1990, Frederick Septimus Kelly, 1881-, Frank Rosolino, 1926-1978, Barney Kessel, 1923-2004, Al Hendrickson, 1920-2007 and Lonnie Hewitt, fl. 1958, Marty Paich & His Orchestra and Russ Garcia and His Orchestra (Verve Records, 1990), 56 mins
For this CD, which is greatly expanded from the original LP, Anita O'Day sings standards associated with other musicians, including "Four" (Miles Davis), "Early Autumn" (Stan Getz), "Four Brothers" (Woody Herman), "Sing, Sing, Sing" (Benny Goodman and Gene Krupa) and "Peanut Vendor" (Stan Kenton). Some of the mate...
performed by Anita O'Day, 1919-2006, Pete Candoli, 1923-2008, Bob Enevoldsen, 1920-2005, Harry Edison, 1915-1999, Bill Dowdy, 1933-, Larry Bunker, 1928-2005, Gene Harris, 1933-2000, Mel Lewis, 1929-1990, Frederick Septimus Kelly, 1881-, Frank Rosolino, 1926-1978, Barney Kessel, 1923-2004, Al Hendrickson, 1920-2007 and Lonnie Hewitt, fl. 1958, Marty Paich & His Orchestra and Russ Garcia and His Orchestra (Verve Records, 1990), 56 mins
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Any Number Can Win
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performed by Jimmy Smith, 1925-2005, Kenny Burrell, 1931-, Vincent Bell, 1935-, Bob Bushnell, Bob Bushness, Jimmy Cleveland, 1926-2008, Art Davis, 1934-1997, George Devens, Bobby Donaldson, George Duvivier, 1920-1985, Paul Faulise, Milt Hinton, 1910-2000, Milt Holland, Budd Johnson, 1910-1984, Mel Lewis, 1929-1990, Melba Liston, 1926-1999, Herbert Lovelle, 1924-2009, Jimmy Maxwell, Joe Newman, 1922-1992, Seldon Powell, 1928-1997, Jerome Richardson, 1920-2000, Ed Shaughnessy, Charlie Shavers, 1920-1971, Kai Winding, 1922-1983, Phil Woods, 1931-2015 and Eugene "Snooky" Young, 1919-2011 (Verve Records, 1998), 36 mins
Recorded in NYC. Produced by Creed Taylor. Three sessions. Note: this is Smith with a large group, not the small-combo setting. ~ Michael Erlewine, All Music Guide
performed by Jimmy Smith, 1925-2005, Kenny Burrell, 1931-, Vincent Bell, 1935-, Bob Bushnell, Bob Bushness, Jimmy Cleveland, 1926-2008, Art Davis, 1934-1997, George Devens, Bobby Donaldson, George Duvivier, 1920-1985, Paul Faulise, Milt Hinton, 1910-2000, Milt Holland, Budd Johnson, 1910-1984, Mel Lewis, 1929-1990, Melba Liston, 1926-1999, Herbert Lovelle, 1924-2009, Jimmy Maxwell, Joe Newman, 1922-1992, Seldon Powell, 1928-1997, Jerome Richardson, 1920-2000, Ed Shaughnessy, Charlie Shavers, 1920-1971, Kai Winding, 1922-1983, Phil Woods, 1931-2015 and Eugene "Snooky" Young, 1919-2011 (Verve Records, 1998), 36 mins
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The Artistry Of Tal Farlow
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performed by Tal Farlow, 1921-1998 (Verve Records, 2005), 34 mins
performed by Tal Farlow, 1921-1998 (Verve Records, 2005), 34 mins
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The Astrud Gilberto Album
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conducted by Marty Paich, 1925-1995; performed by Astrud Gilberto, Milt Bernhart, João Donato, 1934-, Antonio Carlos Jobim, 1927-1994, Joe Mondragon, 1920-1987, Bud Shank, 1926-2009 and Stu Williamson, 1933-1991, Marty Paich & His Orchestra and Guildhall String Ensemble (Verve Records, 2004), 28 mins
conducted by Marty Paich, 1925-1995; performed by Astrud Gilberto, Milt Bernhart, João Donato, 1934-, Antonio Carlos Jobim, 1927-1994, Joe Mondragon, 1920-1987, Bud Shank, 1926-2009 and Stu Williamson, 1933-1991, Marty Paich & His Orchestra and Guildhall String Ensemble (Verve Records, 2004), 28 mins
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