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1. The Köln Concert
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2. Getz/Gilberto
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3. Mingus Ah Um
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4. The Melody At Night, With You
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5. Jazz Samba
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7. Stan Getz & The Oscar Peterson
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15. Vienna Concert
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20. The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album

1. The Köln Concert
by Ecm Records
Audio CD (16 November, 1999)
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Asin: B0000262WI
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

A musical chameleon, pianist Keith Jarrett was at his finest when he recorded these sustained solo improvisations in a German concert hall in 1975, the first lasting 26 minutes, the second 40. Melodies and rhythmic figures arise fluidly from his fingers as he moves from one idea to another, while his strong left hand is often used for repeated motifs that generate a rolling hypnotic power. This couples with strongly consonant harmonies to impart the flavor of gospel music at times, dance musics and Debussy at others. Above all, it's Jarrett's ability to knit all of his moods and wanderings into an almost seamless tapestry of warm and tuneful ideas that gives this music its enduring appeal. Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Revisitng an old friend and seeing that they've aged....
I first bought this upon its original release and like many writers here was swept up by Jarrett's prodigious pianistic vocabulary and technique, improvisational stamina and potent romanticism. Now having listened to the complete concert for the first time in over twenty years I found my reactions--both emotional and aestethically--much less raputous than previously. While there is no doubt Koln represents a sustained improvisational accomplishment, I am much less forgiving of the passages throughout the concert that evidence harmonic sentimentality, self importance, self indulgence and aimlessness. There is still an undeniable beauty in many passages, an enviable synthesis of many pianistic traditions and real invention that comes in impressive waves but it is just as marked by the faults I heard as its triumphs. When I first heard it I got caught up in the cult of genius surrounding the record and by the audacity of the endeavor, but now I think I hear it more clearly--warts and all. No doubt it still has the capacity to "blow away" a listener who comes to it at a certain moment, but over time it blows me away less than it makes me wistful about a certain naivete I had back in the day.

5-0 out of 5 stars this is the one solo piano album...
If I had only one choice of solo piano album music to play for the remainder of my life, this one is it!
5-0 out of 5 stars Improvised live recording
This is Jarrett's most rewarding solo recordings, completely improvised without any prior planning and released as 2 LP set in 1975.
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Subjects:  1. Free Improvisation    2. Jazz    3. Jazz Music    4. Modern Creative    5. Pop    6. Post-Bop    7. United States of America   


2. Getz/Gilberto
by Polygram Records
Audio CD (20 May, 1997)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Originally released in March 1964, this collaboration between saxophonist Stan Getz and guitarist João Gilberto came at seemingly the end of the bossa nova craze Getz himself had sparked in 1962 with Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Timeless chic !!!
This 1963 album is one of the best examples of flawless bossa nova music to date. Stan Getz playing the saxophone, Joao Gilberto on guitar and Antonio Carlos Jobim on piano blend simultaneously into a uniquely talented trio of musicians as their hearts and minds create one exquisite song after another.
5-0 out of 5 stars Does Getz Get Any Better?
This is truly a classic Stan Getz album. His rich, distinctive tenor sax sound melts into the bossa nova beat as if he hadinvented it. Getz's smooth collaboration with Joao Gilberto, Astrud Gilberto, and Antonio Carlos Jobim produce silky, sensuous melodics on every track. This is a must-have for the longtime Getz fan or anyone who has just discovered the legendary 60's bossa nova genre.

5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite Bossa Nova CD
One of my favorite CD's.I can listen to it repeatedly without complaint as I love Astrud's voice and style. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Bossa Nova    2. Brazil    3. Brazilian Jazz    4. Cool    5. Jazz    6. Jazz Music    7. Latin Jazz    8. Mainstream Jazz    9. Pop    10. Post-Bop    11. Saxophone    12. United States of America   


3. Mingus Ah Um
Audio CD (16 February, 1999)
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Asin: B00000I14Z
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Mercurial bassist and bandleader Charles Mingus was signed to Columbia Records for the briefest of time during 1959. His Columbia recordings, however, remain some of the most inspired, mood-jumping jazz in history. The flowing sadness of "Goodbye Porkpie Hat" (unedited here for the first time on CD!) rings like a funeral chorus that pitches headlong into a celebration of Lester Young's life and improvising flexibility, rather than his death. And there's the funky furnace blast of "Boogie Stop Shuffle" (also unedited!), which reaches its glory with Booker Ervin's Texas tenor sax, wrapped tight in bluesy tone. With the index of emotions captured, these songs nail why Mingus is possibly the most relevant jazzer for the '90s generation. He swings and shouts and hollers and somersaults. His tunes either induce foot-stomping with their intensity or reach for poignant yearning with their lyrical tapestry of orchestral colors. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent album from the multifaceted Charles Mingus
This is the CD you should buy if you're new to Mingus. It came out during a highly creative period in his life, and contains some of his most memorable compostions. Ah Um may not be his most ambitious album or his best, but it is one of his most well rounded and diverse, showing many of the styles, quirks and facets that make Charles Mingus one of the top jazz composers of all time. And it's all laid out in easily digestable morsels, ie some of the songs were edited to make them more concise and able to fit on vinyl. Don't worry, the edits are not noticable. Is it bop? Is it post bop? Is it swing? Well, yes and no. Mingus looks not only to big bands, bebop, and hard bop circa 1959, but also gospel, spirituals, pre-jazz and the blues for inspiration. Ah Um is as diverse and eclectic as it is enjoyable. It points the way to the many directions Mingus was exploring or would explore in his later career. Ah Um is a wonderful look into the music of a great mind and is by turns angry, sad, tender, sarcastic, joyful and damn good. You can feel the passion.

5-0 out of 5 stars How speak of jazz without regard for Mr. Mingus
1 of 3-5 star lps- (see "Blues and Roots" and "Dynasty") issued by Mingus in 50's.All his own compositions, the song flow is unparalleled.No song can be called better than another, but, of course, we all favor some.Listen to his eloquent 'Goodbye Pork Pie Hat' Charlie's tribute to lester young.Check out 'Fables of Faubus; and think about.... CIVIL RIGHTS!Overwhelming opening funk/jazz piece "Better Git It In Your Soul"Mingus was certainly a master composer, creator, artist and a central link, between at most, 2 other great jazz composers.Buying this cd is a 'no brainer' for anyone of an age that knows what was, is and will be good for as long as we have ears.Companion cd is "Dynasty".The man who entitled his auto-biography "Beneath the Underdog" still gets way too little respect.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Fascinating and Revealing masterpiece
i always knew that Mingus was great...but it was not something that i could attest to through personal experience. i had seen the light that was Coltrane, Davis, Sun Ra, Dolphy...but Mingus' masterpieces somehow eluded me. probably due to the fact that i just simply did not take the time to check them out. well, i picked up Mingus Ah Um (finally)...and it all rang true. not only was this man an excellent bass player, but a true genius in composing. his music shines bright with a broad range of feeling and emotion. the righteous anger is present within the notes...anger that boiled hot over the shakey political/cultural climate of the times. but the music's fireis stoked by coals of passion and sincerity, jazz morphs into the blues and swings into melodies so alive and free that they can't be denied in their originality and greatness. i've been listening to this album only about 10 times and i'm still finding new things revealed to me with each spin. Mingus' vision grows deeper and more profound each time around. and there's so much more to explore and discover. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Avant-Garde    2. Bass    3. Hard Bop    4. Jazz    5. Jazz Music    6. Pop    7. Post-Bop    8. Progressive Big Band    9. United States of America   


4. The Melody At Night, With You
by Ecm Records
Audio CD (19 October, 1999)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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This solo recording is a fitting coda for Keith Jarrett's more restrained, less prolific output in the 1990s. The fitful vamps and long, ruminative improvisations that made Jarrett a solo piano star in the '70s are here either stillborn or tightly tethered to classic melodies from the likes of Gershwin and Ellington, yet there is not the slightest hint of repression. Instead, Jarrett sprinkles notes and brings the familiar strains of "I Loves You, Porgy" and "Someone to Watch over Me" to bloom with a dynamic but resonantly earth-toned vibrancy. Rarely has the pianist kept his music so simple and free of pageantry. Audible moans and shenanigans with the piano's sustain pedal are held to a minimum, and even brawny, sing-along stuff like "Shenandoah" and "My Wild Irish Rose" never lapse into sloppy sentimentality--indeed, Jarrett's two-handed caress of the latter song is so delicately self assured, the tune seems to play itself. Among the 10 tracks, only "I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good" finds the pianist stretching into busy (but still crisp) extended passages. Yes, there are moments when Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars In a world with so much noise...
In a world with so much noise and clamor it is a pleasure to listen to this album. The set is so wonderfully put together and it shows the love for the ballad. K.J. has demonstrated that music does not have to be a constant flurry of notes and tempo to hit the mark. For those who complain about the sound quality of the recording I would suggest for this once, they listen with their hearts instead of their ears, with this perspective they will appreciate the music even more.

5-0 out of 5 stars His best solo album? Too many to choose from....
Somehow a solo album only covering the American Songbook was expected from Keith Jarrett after the all the extremely successful Standards Trio albums on ECM with Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette. But the moving story behind how this album became a reality for Jarrett (JazzTimes cover story) makes every one of the these beloved tunes on this excellent CD very special.Jarrett's simple and naked approach with his less-than-usual improvisation to the tunes is beyond believe when he opens with "I Loves You, Porgy" and continues through jazz standards and adds on few surprises like "Shenandoah" and "My Wild Irish Rose" (years since I heard these tunes).In other words many highlights but if I should pick one it must be "Blame It On My Youth/Mediation" where Jarrett ends this lovely tune with a meditative improvisation over the chord structure so beautiful that I had to pinch my arm.
5-0 out of 5 stars Deeply Emotional
The first few moment of listening to Keith Jarrett playing caused such an emotional response, I spent the next hour listening and listening and literally crying from the sheer beauty of his playing. Nothing has touched me quite as deeply. Then when I learned the amazing story behind this CD, I was even more moved to tears.
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Subjects:  1. Jazz    2. Jazz Music    3. Pop    4. Post-Bop    5. Standards   


5. Jazz Samba
by Polygram Records
Audio CD (20 May, 1997)
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Asin: B0000047CW
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Guitarist Charlie Byrd was invited to travel and play in Brazil during a cultural goodwill tour sponsored by the Kennedy administration in 1961. He was completely enamoured by the music, and when he returned, he headed straight for the recording studio to make the now classic Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars I'd give it 6 stars if I could!!!
Stan Getz is in this sax player's opinion the best jazz saxophone player that has ever been recorded. His sense of melody is superb. He hides his amazing technical prowess, makes it sound effortless, and never gets in the way of the melody. Nobody else even came close to his melodic improvisations.
5-0 out of 5 stars Nostalgic; great memories, so easy to appreciate
A must piece of work in the latin genre to include in your collection; I've heard bits and pieces of these tracks throughout my life; it's about time I added all of them to my collection.
5-0 out of 5 stars Contrary to Mr. Gibson's jottings.
According to information readily available in the CD booklet, Jazz Samba was "Recorded in Pierce Hall, All Souls Unitarian Church, Washington, D.C., February 13, 1962." Not in a studio! That accounts for the warmth of the recording. It remains the standard against which all else is measured. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Bop    2. Bossa Nova    3. Brazilian Jazz    4. Cool    5. Jazz    6. Jazz Music    7. Pop    8. Samba   


6. Speak No Evil
by Blue Note Records
Audio CD (23 March, 1999)
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Asin: B00000I8UH
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Wayne Shorter's compositions helped define a new jazz style in the mid-'60s, merging some of the concentrated muscular force of hard bop with surprising intervals and often spacious melodies suspended over the beat. The result was a new kind of "cool," a mixture of restraint and freedom that created a striking contrast between Shorter's airy themes and his taut tenor solos and which invited creative play among the soloists and rhythm section. The band on this 1964 session is a quintessential Blue Note group of the period, combining Shorter's most frequent and effective collaborators. Trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Elvin Jones merge their talents to create music that's at once secure and free flowing, sometimes managing to suggest tension and calm at the same time. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Sustained Beauty
In the early to mid-sixties, Wayne Shorter, both before and during his tenure with Miles Davis, created some of the most indelible compositions in the jazz lexicon.The genius of the composer, who created "Speak No Evil" "Night Dreamer," "Juju," and "Adam's Apple," all recorded during this time,is beyond description.Using many of the same personnel (usually Herbie Hancock in the piano chair, who was also central to the harmonic voicings of the ensemble playing-Reggie Workman or Ron Carter on bass, Elvin Jones or Joe Chambers on drums, Freddie Hubbard or Lee Morgan on trumpet) probably accounts for the "unity" of sound on these albums, but even more central are the songs written by Wayne Shorter-"Infant Eyes" from Speak No Evil," "Footprints" from "Adam's Apple," "House of Jade" from "Juju," the title track from "Night Dreamer" or "Oriental Folk Song" just for starters.
5-0 out of 5 stars Flawless
Exploiting simple melodies to gorgeous effect and engaging in brilliant harmonic interplay with trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, Wayne Shorter crafted one classic LP after another on Blue Note in 1964, culminating in this Christmas Eve set, easily his strongest, with "JuJu" a close second. Every composition here shows tremendous growth and while the pieces are shorter than some of the more explorative works he would undertake later in the 70's with keyboardist Joe Zawinul (somebody please release "Odyssey Of Iska" on CD!!!!) the overall feel of this work is easy flowing and expansive, relaxed but not languid or slow and sprawling but not too drawn out. The 8 minute title cut is a standout for it's unforgettable melody and stellar soloing by all members of the quintet. Both mellow and lively, this entire set is essential for any fan of "real" jazz. Perfect.

4-0 out of 5 stars Hear No Evil
It is easy to take for granted the insane talentso many of the jazz giants possessed in the past. With such a consistnency of high quality work, I am convinced many people simply are too afraid to open the can of worms that is great Jazz music, much like to this day being a die hard music junkie in all musical genres I am still barely scratching the surface when it comes to gaining perspective on Classical music..The problem (or lack thereof!) with these genres is that the quality of writing is so far superior to that of the majority of other songwriting formats, virtually every artist is a find in the music afficianoado's repetoire... regardless of taste, talent is almost always there in spades..Like so many musical giants of the time, Wayne Shorter paled in comparison to some of hisrole models, which only makes his celebration more important in retrospect..While his reach on the language of Jazz was not as profound as his colleages Davis and Coltrane, Shorter did help bridge the gap between the staunchy standards of old with the breathier improv laden possibilities that these giants were beginining to explore..This has been called quintesential Shorter, and from what I hear it is hard to argue..All the ingrediants for a classic are in place, the exalted trumpet lines, the breakthru title track, the heart wrenching ballads, and the unmistakable chemistry of several accomplished jazz musicians melding together into one foward motion. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Hard Bop    2. Jazz    3. Jazz Music    4. Modal Music    5. Pop    6. Post-Bop    7. Saxophone    8. United States of America   


7. Stan Getz & The Oscar Peterson Trio: The Silver Collection
by Polygram Records
Audio CD (25 October, 1990)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Stan Getz and Oscar Peterson were both consummate performers, comfortable at any tempo, when they met for this 1957 recording, and they're clearly enjoying one another's skills on ballads and uptempo tunes alike. The group is one of the finest editions of Peterson's trios, with bassist Ray Brown and guitarist Herb Ellis. It's virtually a machine for quiet swing, and the absence of a drummer lets Getz's silky sound come to the fore with all its details intact. For all his fame as a virtuosic pianist, Peterson is an underrated accompanist. He complements a soloist with deft fills and unobtrusive propulsion, and the backgrounds he supplies here are as subtle as his solos are extroverted. The program is a good mix of standards and Getz originals, including the joyous "Tour's End," while the extended ballad medley could define jazz lyricism. There's also a brief but infectious version of Ellis's "Detour Ahead," the guitarist's early and highly successful foray into songwriting. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Herb Ellis & Ray Brown:Rhythm Machine
I love this recording, and all the other reviews have discussed the many reasons why it is so great.I just want to mention something that Herb Ellis said about playing with Ray Brown.Herb said that Ray's bass playing made him feel like he was being physically lifted up and carried along by some super-strong giant.Mr. Brown is the model of powerful swing - massive,deep tone, atomic sense of time.On this (and other) OPT recordings you can hear him lift-'n-carry the whole band.

5-0 out of 5 stars Essential
This is hands-down, the best jazz album I've ever owned. Whether sitting in front of the speakers with eyes closed, absorbing every note, or using it as unobtrusive (but swingin') background music while I work, this album shines.
5-0 out of 5 stars Stan + Oscar = Great music!!
This was recorded at the tail end of Stan's "California period" (1953-57), after which he would spend much time in Europe before returning to the States and establishing a base in NYC. His famous Lestorian sound, cool and lyrical, was fully established, and he loved nothing more than (and was better than just about everybody else at) playing the Great American Songbook at medium to medium-up tempos and swinging the daylights out of it.
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Subjects:  1. Cool    2. Jazz    3. Jazz Music    4. Mainstream Jazz    5. Pop   


8. John Coltrane & Johnny Hartman
by Grp Records
Audio CD (27 June, 1995)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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This is one of the three all-ballad albums that John Coltrane recorded in late 1962 and early 1963. Johnny Hartman was apparently Coltrane's suggestion, and his deep, dark voice meshes perfectly here with Coltrane's tenor. The material is well-chosen, including definitive readings of "My One and Only Love" and "Lush Life." McCoy Tyner fills out the chords, augmenting the harmonies and keeping the tone of these ballads respectful but not overly sentimental. All the players get to the deep structure of the songs and are not afraid to play in the most essential and elegant manner. This is beautiful jazz. Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars simply the best
it's what cool jazz is ment to be, that voice , that tenor sax...what joy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Hartman and Coltrane
Very quick service.CD was in very good shape.Good price.What more could you ask for

5-0 out of 5 stars An Aged Melot Wine for the Mind
There is no shortage of great jazz recordings! The lengends include (and are not limited to): Sarah, Billie, Ella, Nat, Frankie, Tony, and more. Each singer has a distinct sound quality and approach to the sandards as well as thier own.
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Subjects:  1. Ballads    2. Hard Bop    3. Jazz    4. Jazz Music    5. Pop    6. Standards    7. Torch Songs    8. Traditional Pop    9. Vocal Jazz   


9. Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane
Audio CD (01 July, 1991)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Among Thelonious Monk's long stays at New York's legendary Five Spot was a six-month period in 1957 with possibly his most brilliant band, with John Coltrane finding fuel in Monk's music for his harmonic explorations. The quartet only recorded three studio tracks: a sublime reading of Monk's ballad "Ruby, My Dear"; a loping version of "Nutty"; and a stunning version of "Trinkle Tinkle" on which Trane's tenor mirrors Monk's piano part. The CD is completed with outtakes from an octet session that joined Coltrane and Coleman Hawkins and an extended solo version of "Functional." Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Pleasing
The CD is wonderful it sound as if you are there. A great buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars you can't get much better than this
As far as jazz go, Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane are two of the biggest names...and for good reason.This album showcases the erratic style of both men...I have never heard a better duet.At times you can only marvel at the synchronicity of complex jazz progressions the two men play together.Now one of my favorite CDs

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Good Compliation
I gave this four stars because although it is good in its own right, you would be better off spending your money on the Best Of Monk and, for Coltrane, getting Best of Coltrane.But, if you want to only buy one, and this is your first foray into Jazz or Coltrane, get the Best of Miles Davis and John Coltrane album.
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Subjects:  1. Bop    2. Jazz    3. Jazz Music    4. Pop   


10. Maiden Voyage
by Blue Note Records
Audio CD (20 April, 1999)
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Asin: B00000IL29
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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In the mid-'60s, a distinctive postbop style evolved among the younger musicians associated with Blue Note, a new synthesis that managed to blend the cool spaciousness of Miles Davis's modal period, some of the fire of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, and touches of the avant-garde's group interaction. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Review is simple GET IT!!
Why go to a lot of trouble to discuss in depth one of the greatest jazz albums ever crafted?
4-0 out of 5 stars I Can't Help Myself...
"The emperor has no clothes!" There, I said it - finally. I have been wanting to say that about Rudy Van Gelder's stereo recordings for quite some time now. His stereo recordings lack ambiance and have very small soundstages with no depth. This should come as no surprise since most were recorded in his parents living room, but even those that were recorded in a proper studio are no better. Of all the jazz available on CD today, the Blue Note label represents the bottom of the sonic barrel. That's too bad since Blue Note owns most of the greatest jazz performances ever put to tape.
5-0 out of 5 stars A Quiet Sea on Your Trip
I think Herbie Hancock has been the one of most influential men in jazz scene after Miles.
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Subjects:  1. Hard Bop    2. Jazz    3. Jazz Music    4. Modal Music    5. Piano    6. Pop    7. United States of America   


11. Head Hunters
Audio CD (25 March, 1997)
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Asin: B000002AGP
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Keyboardist Herbie Hancock's remarkable career took a surprising turn with this funk album--one of the first jazz albums to be certified gold. Hancock's already-storied career had included an extended tenure with Miles Davis as a member of both the classic quintet of the '60s and the trumpeter's groundbreaking electric dates. As a leader, the pianist had followed a similar course, cutting both outstanding acoustic dates (Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars IT'S BEEN WELL OVER THIRTY YEARS AND I
I HAVE HAD IT SINCE IT CAME OUT IN 1973, AND ITS' STILL AS GOOD TODAY AS IT WAS BACK THEN. WOW THERE ARE CERTAINLY ARE A LOT OF REVIEWS WRITTEN ABOUT THIS RECORD.IT IS HARD TO DESCRIBE THIS ALBUM, IT'S NOT QUITE JAZZ, IT'S NOT QUITE "FUNK", IT'S NOT QUITE "FUSION" MUSIC, IT STANDS ON ITS' OWN AS SOMETHING ELSE.KIND OF A COMBINATION OF ALL THREE.AT THE TIME, KEYBOARD INNOVATIONS WERE REALLY COMING INTO VOGUE AND HERBIE REALLY KNEW HOW TO EXPLOIT IT ON THIS ALBUM.BETTER THAN HIS LATER ELECTRONIC STUFF, WHICH WAS A LOT MORE COMMERCIAL.OTHER CONTEMPORARIES FROM THIS TIME INCLUDE CHICK COREA, JAN HAMMER, GEORGE DUKE, AND TO A CERTAIN EXTENT, STEVIE WONDER.

5-0 out of 5 stars A true classic
I have always loved this album. I finally got it on CD after several vinyl copies. One of the most original musical works ever made. There are traces of Funk, Soul, Jazz, Blues, Electronica and more. One could say this album layed the groundwork for so much Electronic music in the past four decades. The heart of this album is the fact that all the musicians can really play with a lot of passion and fire. "Chameleon " is my favorite song on this album, a super funk masterpiece. In it's time a lot of people dismissed it as a passing phase, but thirty something years later it is still a vital and important album in American music. I am sure this album will have a very long life span. I would imagine a huge amount of musicians from several eras were influenced by this album. On some albums the influence is extremly obvious. I find it amazing how fresh the music on this CD sounds after all these years. The production has such a clean and modern sound, especially considering the fact that when Head Hunters was recorded, technology was pretty primative. Simply a great album. If you like this kind of music, it is a must have.

5-0 out of 5 stars a sonic trip to the funkosphere
I'll leave the musical historiography to better sources than myself--this review is for the uninitiated. Herbie Hancock is one of the most talented, and innovative, popular jazz musicians of the past 40 years. Like Miles Davis, sometimes he achieved a sublime perfection, and sometimes the results were disappointing.
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12. Monk's Dream
Audio CD (03 September, 2002)
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Thelonious Monk Quartet
This is probaly the best record to go to if one needed to check out Thelonious Monk in a quartet setting, or any setting for that matter.
4-0 out of 5 stars Monk's major label debut.
In 1962, bebop was on its way out the door, but Thelonious Monk's star was rising.Having spent the better part of the previous decade signed to Riverside (where he moved from underground to somewhat more popularly known), he signed to Columbia Records' growing jazz department (it should be noted that all the praise that is often levied on Columbia for all this jazz they recorded should be tempered by noting how quickly they kicked these artists to the curb when they decided this music was not commercial enough).Monk appeared to be happy to be signed to the label, as he took his working quartet (including Charlie Rouse on tenor sax, John Ore on bass and Frankie Dunlop on drums) into the studio to record this album, "Monk's Dream", which has an ecstatic energy to it that many Monk pieces lack in favor of introspection.
5-0 out of 5 stars Very Accurate Title
This record does put you in the middle of Monk's Dream. Things are all around you - people, houses, stores, the city, the woods, just something is a little off. Hey how come that person has three feet and is pouring coffe grounds in one ear. I realize that makes no sense, but gives a sense of a different twist on musical reality. But this is still straight ahead bop thought, so the fact that it makes you feel slightly off balance is a compliment. Monk bops at slightly off kilter mid pace tempo and give Charlie Rouse a chance to shine. Charlie Rouse is taken for granted because he fits the music to well. He sounds like part of written composition. Few hornmen played Monk's tunes with such grace and ease. Chill out and space out to Monk's Dream ... Read more

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13. The Way Up
by Nonesuch
Audio CD (25 January, 2005)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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For nearly 30 years, guitarist Pat Metheny and his longtime musical cohort, pianist/keyboardist Lyle Mays, have covered an incredible amount of diverse material. On their debut recording for this label, they and their international group--bassist Steve Rodby, Mexican drummer Antonio Sanchez, Vietnamese trumpeter Coung Vu, and the Swiss-born harmonica virtuoso Gregoire Maret--distill that diversity into a continuous 68-minute opus. The challenge here lies in sustaining the melodic narrative thread while keeping the sound of surprise.Thanks to Mays's evocative pianisms and Metheny's array of acoustic, electric, and synthesized guitars, the group pulls it off.For Metheny fans this disc contains elements of his most acclaimed recordings, from the straight-ahead swing of Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Transcending genre into pure music
I'm late kicking in my two cents, but after reading some of the silly commments posted here I had to chime in. I've been a fan of Metheny all along, enjoying some recordings more than others. Even when freshness seemed lacking at times, the brilliant musicianship and melodic gift were always there. Then along comes The Way Up, to me a defining moment in the already remarkable life of the PMG. The length and richness of the longform piece enables the full exploration of ideas and landscapes that is never quite possible in the typical 5-8 minute album cut. It's an absolutely beautiful piece and recording with so many satisfying turns. It's a symphony, PMG style. It is not about being jazz, or rock, or fusion, or folk, or any other restrictive term some people always seem to need to apply to things. It is about pure inspiration performed by masterful musicians. It takes both a mastery of one's tools and art form and a humble awareness of the true origin of all inspiration to discern, record and perform great art such as this. That is what happened here, and there are many of us who are profoundly grateful for the gift the Pat Metheny Group has given us with The Way Up.

2-0 out of 5 stars Up and Out
This is probably the most polarizing recording of Metheny's career even to the extent that similar qualities are viewed positively or negatively depending on the listener.For my money, this is an almost entirely disappointing collection that feels neither original nor very interesting. I've read the jazz versus progressive jazz/rock comments and come down on the side of the latter which doesn't happen to be my favorite genre or what I want to hear from Metheny. It undermines his talents and his overall discography to add a word-of-mouth label to `avoid this one'
5-0 out of 5 stars The best PMG record since Imaginary Day - can't wait for the DVD!!
Having been fortunate enough to listen to Pat and the Group since 1985, I look forward to each and every release.I was definitely not disappointed when this one came out, and of course, I rushed out to buy it.I have never seen 68 minutes go by so fast, as this recording just gets better with every listen!Pat, of course, gives his usual flawless performance.Lyle Mays, Steve Rodby, Antonio Sanchez, Cuong Vu, Gregoire Maret, and Nando Lauria also add so much to this recording.I had the pleasure of seeing them perform this live twice in 2005.There is no other artists I would pay to see, except PMG, play live.I do not see how they do it, each night, playing 2 1/2-3 hours each night.No other musician even comes close to Pat Metheny, I don't care what genre. ... Read more

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14. Moon Beams
Audio CD (01 July, 1991)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Bill Evans
It is hard not to rate this Bill Evans CD as anything less than superb; right up there with the Vanguard series.

5-0 out of 5 stars ONE OF THE GREATEST JAZZ BALLAD PERFORMANCES--EVER!
Five Stars are not enough: this CD is worthy of SIX Stars!! When uber-bassist Scottie La Faro was killed in a car accident, it took a devastated Bill Evans a full year to both recover and to acclimate to his new bassist Chuck Israels to the point of being ready to record. Israels brought to the trio another dimension of jazz bass wizardry using 'commentary' on Evans' work, instead of the previous 'conversations' between Bill's piano and La Faro's mighty bass. Produced by the great Orrin "OKeep" Keepnews, this CD is essential Bill Evans and one of the greatest jazz ballad performances-ever.Along with the legendary recording, "Sunday At The Village Vanguard" (with La Faro), this recording slammed the door on all assertions that Evans' was a better sideman than a leader.
5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful album...
This is my favorite album by the Bill Evans trio. The album "How My Heart Sings" was recorded during the same session as this album and all the ballads from the session were put on "Moonbeams". This is one of the best jazz records I can think of. "Polka Dots and Moonbeams" is an absolutely beautiful song, but really the whole disc is breathtaking. Evans was depressed over the death of his bassist Scott Lafaro shortly after the recording of their performances at the Village Vanguard in New York, and the melancholy feel of the music matched his mood I'm sure. Whatever the circumstances were, this is one of my favorite jazz recordings and I have given it as a gift to many friends and relatives because I really think everyone should hear it. ... Read more

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15. Vienna Concert
by Ecm Records
Audio CD (07 March, 2000)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Holy Grail
This concert, in Jarrett's own words, doesn't just throw sparks but speaks the language of the flame itself. I have to agree with the other reviewers in saying that there is something mystical about this concert, beyond words, beyond any explanation, even for Jarrett. It is symmetrical, it is profound, and it speaks of an incredible journey of incredible depth.
5-0 out of 5 stars Intensely emotional improvised adventure
This is one of my favorite solo piano concerts by Keith Jarrett.
5-0 out of 5 stars Jarrett's finest hour
The art of improvisation has been embedded in music for as long as music itself has existed.Contrary to popular belief, improvisation is not reserved for only jazz musicians.The undisputed masters of classical Western music - J.S. Bach, Mozart, Liszt - were incredible improvisors, though most probably consider them strict, verbatim composers.Great composition, however, flows from the same river as great improvisation, and sometimes, the two meld into one, uniting the two most significant musical disciplines into a seamless artistic statement.Keith Jarrett has done an immense amount of solo piano improvisation and has come away with some wonderful works, but never has he composed spontanteously, with such beauty, on the piano as he did on that glorious night in Vienna.
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16. One Quiet Night
by Warner Bros / Wea
Audio CD (27 May, 2003)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Not typical Metheny, but very listenable
I was surprised at how many positive reviews this CD has received.I like anything Pat does, no matter what style or genre.But this CD is quite a departure.It has a very pleasant, comforting "background music" quality.I know, probably not what Pat what shooting for, but I like it nevertheless.

5-0 out of 5 stars An artist at its musical summit
Music is, as an art, the expression of an artist translating her or his feelings within media of expression. I think that Pat has found his depth of reflection in timeless synthesized compositions. OK, it does not fit within some expectations or thinking mold but art has no border, no cast form, no inflexible theme or beat. Art is an expression of an artist and Pat Methany is as real of an artist as it can be; no fluff or bluff. More I listen to this cd more I appreciate these beautiful compositions.

5-0 out of 5 stars From "New Chautauqua" to "One Quiet Night"
I started to listen Pat on the wonderful "New Chautauqua" album, and I have been always his fan ever since, even though I never got another album like my first album; not that I dislike albums like "I Can See Your House from Here" with John Scofield nor "Still Life (Talking)", but I prefer solo accoustic guitar like albums. Then I heard "One Quiet Night", exactly the peaceful and mindful guitar album I was looking for. A very pleasant album... ... Read more

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17. Duke Ellington and John Coltrane
by Grp Records
Audio CD (24 October, 1995)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Perhaps looking to renew his inspiration or maybe simply wanting to broaden his horizons, Duke Ellington began a string of collaborations in the second half of his career--whereas before that, his own band was stimulus enough. Whatever the reason, almost all of his collaborations succeeded at high levels, although none of his shared sessions are more intriguing on the surface than this 1962 date with the preeminent sax star of the day. In reality, the record amounts to "Coltrane Plays Ellington" (plus one Coltrane original) because the tenor man is the whole show--and what a show it is. Only Coltrane could be as "fiercely tender," and there's no better forum for his sensitive side than the music of Ellington and Billy Strayhorn, who contributes the album's true vertex, "My Little Brown Book." The rhythm section alternates between Duke's and Trane's, each adding a different texture to the proceedings. Ellington is wise enough to appreciate the nature of the session, and he is quite content to feed chords in service of the young master--proving the old master's open mind and good taste. Hearing Coltrane seize "In a Sentimental Mood" is thanks enough. Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful
The album starts with one of the greatest versions of a jazz song - "In A Sentimental Mood".Coltrane's playing on it is brilliant, and Duke's piano playing sounds much better than in the 1941 version of the same song.The bass & drum alternate between Duke's & John's.At the tempos and volumes they're playing at, there isn't a significant difference between the two sets.Coltrane's playing is a slight retreat in terms of adventurousness.It may have been mouthpiece problems or maybe because he was playing with Duke Ellington.Either way, it's lack of challenge doesn't diminish the beauty of the playing.Some have said Duke sounds more modern than Coltrane, but I don't hear that.This album won't turn your personal jazz world on its ear, but it is a lot of fun to listen to.It's also fine for non-jazz fans.

3-0 out of 5 stars DUKE ELLINGTON & JOHN COLTRANE: a casual, unchallenging listen
this pairing of jazz greats is such a strange idea. two very different musical thinkers who you might think would clash in the studio, join together in a nice little collaboration. the problem is, it's a little too nice. there is no real spark here and the players seem to be genuinely delighted to be playing together, but there is no overt displays of passion in these songs. "In A Sentimental Mood" starts off very warm and nice and it's great to hear Coltrane's playing over Duke's piano. but once you get the general idea, it's all of the same. overall, it's a nice little cd, but i cannot recommend it highly, there are many many more worthwhile albums that were made seperately by these two artists. still, if the mood hits you, you can slip on your cardigan and your pipe and slippers and listen to this by the fire.

5-0 out of 5 stars My Favorite Jazz Album
The review by R. Davis best summarizes it for me. I can't listen to this album enough.Every song is great, every performance is great.The most improbable matchup creates amazing magic.The last tune, "The Feeling of Jazz", is as good as it gets. ... Read more

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18. Sunday at the Village Vanguard
Audio CD (25 October, 1990)
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This live recording by the Bill Evans Trio at the Village Vanguard on June 25, 1961, marked the end of one of the most sublime instrumental combinations in jazz history when bassist Scott LaFaro died in a car accident 10 days later. This unit is underdocumented because Evans, a notorious perfectionist, was reluctant to record. The interchange between Evans on piano, LaFaro on bass and Paul Motian on drums is balletic in its balance of emotional beauty and technical precision. Multiple takes of "Gloria's Step," "Alice in Wonderland," "All of You," and "Jade Visions" show how the invention these players brought to each performance makes repeated material sound like movements in a suite. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Quietly Powerful
Sometimes I listen to this recording and I think to myself, "Why did I stop taking piano lessons at seven years old?" But I am glad that some little boys continued with their lessons; notably Bill Evans.
3-0 out of 5 stars i just cannot understand why
this CD arranges the songs the way it does.I love the sounds, the jazz, the piano, the bass, yeah all of that stuff is good and all, but why do I have to hear the same song twice in a row multiple times? Explain to me why there shouldn't be the six differnt songs (by title) and then the four repeats tacked onto the end so as to excite a "Wow, yeah that was a great song, I don't mind hearing it again" instead of a "I just heard that song?"
5-0 out of 5 stars Bill Evans
One of the best albums ever made. The "last Recording" in San F. (Berkley) is just as good. ... Read more

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19. Pat Metheny Group
by Ecm Records
Audio CD (29 February, 2000)
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Having crisscrossed America to the tune of 250 to 300 one-nighters a year while getting their sound and repertoire together, the Pat Metheny Group struck gold with this self-titled jazz-fusion classic in 1978.All the familiar components that have defined their evolution over the last 20 years are in place on Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The One That Started it All...
Modern jazz is a difficult thing to categorize.There are so many diverse and idiosyncratic artists, many of whom have a sound that is rooted in jazz, but extends beyond just that.These sounds can be traced back to the 1960s and '70s, as well-known cats like Herbie Hancock, Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, Weather Report, and less-famous but equally skilled ones like bassist Eberhard Weber, guitarist John Abercrombie, and of course sax/violin maverick Ornette Coleman began to experiment with an idea that is still considered blasphemy in the eyes of jazz "purists": integration of what were considered singular styles into jazz.Classical, minimalism, Nordic ambience, contemporary R&B, heavy rock, and free improvisation expanded the jazz landscape, reflecting the increasing tolerance of the times, for better (the magnificence of Weather Report) or worse (Grover Washington, Jr.'s smooth instrumentals, while groundbreaking for their time, influenced a whole generation of no-name knock-offs who eschewed the freedom of self-expression that makes jazz so unique).
5-0 out of 5 stars Let me share a memory with you...
It was 1977 and I was a student at a technical school in Boston, an ardent fan of Jean-Luc Ponty.There was a concert at the Berkley Performance Center where JLP was going to feature pieces from his Enigmatic Ocean release, one of my favorite albums of all time.I was completely oblivious to the warm-up act because I was there to experience Jean-Luc Ponty but at the opening of the show there was a guitar at center stage positioned on a stand where a guitarist need only walk up behind the instrument and begin playing.There it was, its neck jutting at a 45 degree angle, waiting to be brought to life by an appropriate musician.Soon, a floppy-haired guy, accompanied by the other members of his group, bounced onto the stage amongst tentative applause.The floppy-haired guy waved appreciatively at the smattering of recognition from the audience while the other musicians took their places at their respecive instruments.Slung over the back of the floppy-haired guy was another guitar, presumably his principle instrument.To my surprise, the guy bent over the guitar positioned at center stage and began to wail out the opening notes to "Phase Dance," a piece that has to be one of the best works of jazz-fusion of all time.He played several bars of the opening theme then stepped back from the guitar on its stand, reached back over his shoulder, grabbed the guitar slung over his back whipped it around front and proceeded to crank out a solo that could bring tears to one's eyes.I didn't know who the artist was at the time but I knew that he was talented and I made a mental note to remember this artist for future reference.After his group completed his set, Jean-Luc Ponty took the stage and I instantly forgot about the warm-up band.
5-0 out of 5 stars The White Album
With the case of most artists throughout the globe, it takes years of toil and sweat to create something that truly sets them apart from the pack, a magnum opus that not only represents the beginning of their prime and earns them legions of admirers but should also please themselves.With the exception of the shoal of half-baked post-grunge/punk/ "new-school rap" robots that plague the American radio airwaves, there are more musicians like this than we have come to believe, and many have earned our admiration and obsession: The Beatles, Yes, Milton Nascimento, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Alicia Keys, and the Pat Metheny Group.
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20. The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans Album
Audio CD (01 July, 1991)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best Tony Bennett Ever Recorded
If you look at Tony Bennett's career, you will find his recordings fall well short of his live performances.He has been compared often and favorably to Frank Sinatra,and his recordings pale especially against Sinatra's.For a given record/CD, Sinatra had a clear idea of the songs, the feel of the album and the musical texture.As noted in Will Friedwald's wonderful book, Sinatra was deeply concerned that his recordings would last.
5-0 out of 5 stars TONY BENNETT & BILL EVANS: DIAMONDS AND PLATINUM
Five Big Stars!! It's 1975. The consummate saloon singer and heir apparent to Frank Sinatra meets jazz' pre-eminent balladeer and it's most lyrical 'smoker' in a wonderful set of familiar songs, each recast as platinum and diamond jewel pieces. The liner notes say that Evans didn't regard himself as much of a singer's accompianist. Ha! One of the greatest "compers" in jazz history for some of jazz' most heralded horn men was selling himself way short. Especially if Tony Bennett wanted in on this session. Performing as a duo sets both artists' capabilities off in bold relief and makes them entirely inter-dependent, having no drum and bass to fill rhythmic space and use as a harmonic springboard. Alone, Together!
4-0 out of 5 stars Almost too sparse
While I loved the sequel to this album, I thought this one was almost too simple to be interesting.Bill's incredible piano playing is showcased much more in the second album.The same goes for Tony's great voice.I am a big Bennet fan so will enjoy this cd, but if I had to choose between the two of them I would definitely go with the second one. ... Read more

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