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Ted Rosenthal: The King and I

Read "The King and I" reviewed by Joel Roberts

There was a trend back in the '50s and '60s for jazz artists including Andre Previn, Oscar Peterson, Stan Kenton and Dave Brubeck to record albums based on Broadway musicals. But apart from an obscure 1958 album by Wilbur Harden, The King and I, one of the era's most acclaimed musicals, was overlooked. ...

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Ted Rosenthal Trio: The King and I

Read "The King and I" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger

While the Rogers and Hammerstein musical The King and I has long been a rich melodic source for improvisers, it's unusual for its songs to be gathered together on one CD. Here, the Ted Rosenthal Trio gives new life to that ageless material. Although based in Japan, Venus Records is known for assembling crack ...

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Joanie Pallatto & King Fleming: The King and I

Read "The King and I" reviewed by Dave Nathan

King Fleming's first recorded session was held in December of 1945 where he appeared as a sideman playing pianist for Wynonie “Blues" Harris with Johnny Alston & his All Stars. But even prior to that, Fleming is reputed to have had his own band as early as 1939! Shades of Benny Carter. He made some albums ...


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