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(Nimbus, 2013), 47 mins, 5 page(s)
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Turtle Island Quartet - Have You Ever Been...?
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performed by Turtle Island String Quartet (Telarc, 2010), 1 hour 8 mins, 13 page(s)
performed by Turtle Island String Quartet (Telarc, 2010), 1 hour 8 mins, 13 page(s)
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The Third Stream
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performed by Charles Mingus, 1922-1979 (Bela Records, 2009), 1 hour 10 mins
performed by Charles Mingus, 1922-1979 (Bela Records, 2009), 1 hour 10 mins
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Da Skale
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performed by Daniel Schnyder, 1961-, Kenny Drew Jr. Quartet (TCB - The Montreux Jazz Label™, 2007), 1 hour 1 mins
performed by Daniel Schnyder, 1961-, Kenny Drew Jr. Quartet (TCB - The Montreux Jazz Label™, 2007), 1 hour 1 mins
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Solo
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performed by Peter Rosendal (Calibrated, 2007), 46 mins
performed by Peter Rosendal (Calibrated, 2007), 46 mins
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Jacques Loussier Trio: Bach - The Brandenburgs
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performed by Jacques Loussier, 1934-2019, Jacques Loussier Trio (Telarc, 2006), 1 hour, 18 page(s)
performed by Jacques Loussier, 1934-2019, Jacques Loussier Trio (Telarc, 2006), 1 hour, 18 page(s)
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Twelve Tone Blues
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performed by Ronny Whyte, 1937-; in By Myself (Audiophile, 2006), 2 mins
Veteran Ronny Whyte is perhaps best known for his singing, which falls between swing and cabaret, depending on the project. This CD is a bit different, for it is a full set of his solo piano playing. Whyte has a likable melodic style not that different from Teddy Wilson although with his own voicings and personali...
performed by Ronny Whyte, 1937-; in By Myself (Audiophile, 2006), 2 mins
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The House That Trane Built: The Story Of Impulse Records
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conducted by Eric Dolphy, Jr., 1928-1964, Wayne Shorter, 1933- and Oliver Nelson, 1932-1975; performed by Count Basie, 1904-1984, Freddie Hubbard, 1938-, John Coltrane, 1926-1967, Johnny Hartman, 1923-1983, Chico Hamilton, 1921-2013, Ben Webster, 1909-1973, Stanley Turrentine, 1934-2000, Shirley Scott, 1934-2002, Pee Wee Russell, 1906-1969, Earl Hines, 1905-1983, Albert Ayler, 1936-1970, Charlie Haden, 1937-, Gato Barbieri, 1932-2016, John Handy, 1933-, Alice Coltrane, 1927-2007, Sam T. Brown, 1939-1977, Eric Dolphy, Sr., Gil Evans, 1912-1988, Tommy Flanagan, 1930-2001, Keith Jarrett, 1945- and Coleman Hawkins, 1904-1969, Jazz Messengers, Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Ahmad Jamal Trio and Joe Newman Quartet (Impulse! Records, 2006), 4 hours 24 mins
conducted by Eric Dolphy, Jr., 1928-1964, Wayne Shorter, 1933- and Oliver Nelson, 1932-1975; performed by Count Basie, 1904-1984, Freddie Hubbard, 1938-, John Coltrane, 1926-1967, Johnny Hartman, 1923-1983, Chico Hamilton, 1921-2013, Ben Webster, 1909-1973, Stanley Turrentine, 1934-2000, Shirley Scott, 1934-2002, Pee Wee Russell, 1906-1969, Earl Hines, 1905-1983, Albert Ayler, 1936-1970, Charlie Haden, 1937-, Gato Barbieri, 1932-2016, John Handy, 1933-, Alice Coltrane, 1927-2007, Sam T. Brown, 1939-1977, Eric Dolphy, Sr., Gil Evans, 1912-1988, Tommy Flanagan, 1930-2001, Keith Jarrett, 1945- and Coleman Hawkins, 1904-1969, Jazz Messengers, Benny Carter & His Orchestra, Ahmad Jamal Trio and Joe Newman Quartet (Impulse! Records, 2006), 4 hours 24 mins
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Live at the Copenhagen Jazzhouse
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performed by Peter Rosendal Trio (Cope Records, 2006), 55 mins
performed by Peter Rosendal Trio (Cope Records, 2006), 55 mins
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Fur Elise
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performed by Kenny Ball, 1930-2013, John Bennett, 1735-1784, Andy Cooper, John Fenner, Hugh Ledigo, John Benson and Ron Bowden, Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen; in Kenny Ball: Now 2 (Jazzology, 2004), 4 mins
Thirty years after having a surprise pop hit with "Midnight in Moscow," trumpeter Kenny Ball was still playing the dixieland music that he loved. His septet utilized the same trombonist (John Bennett) and drummer (Ron Bowden) as it had in the early days, in addition to newer players (clarinetist Andy Cooper, John...
performed by Kenny Ball, 1930-2013, John Bennett, 1735-1784, Andy Cooper, John Fenner, Hugh Ledigo, John Benson and Ron Bowden, Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen; in Kenny Ball: Now 2 (Jazzology, 2004), 4 mins
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