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Monty Alexander Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

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Monty Alexander is back to Bimhuis with his trio after his sold out gig in 2013; a fresh opportunity to catch the famous pianist in an intimate setting. Monty Alexander's playing balances jazz, soul and Caribbean styles such as calypso and reggae. As a teenager the pianist moved from Jamaica to New York. He played with Frank Sinatra and Ray Brown and made his breakthrough as a solo artist in the 1970s.

Personnel: Monty Alexander piano, JJ Shakur bass, Jason Brown drums

Playlist

  • Bimhuis Radio Introduction (00:00
  • Hello (M.Alexander) -00:58
  • Look Up (M.Alexander) -10:16
  • Sugerloaf At Twillight (R.Evans) -17:54
  • Renewal (M.Alexander) -23:50
  • Hope (M.Alexander) -35:31
  • Night Mist Blues (Ahmad Jamal) -44:58
  • Concierto de Aranjuez (J.Rodrigo) -52:44
  • As Time Goes By (H.Hupfeld) -1:01:32
  • Monty Alexander Talks -1:04:51
  • Come Fly With Me -1:10:16
  • Banana Boat Song (Trad.) -1:14:45
  • No Woman No Cry (Bob Marley) -1:21:05
  • For Sentimental Reasons (William Best, Deek Watson) -1:27:29

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