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Ahmad Jamal Trio: Complete Recordings

Label: Definitive Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: New Rumba; Foggy Day; All Of You; It Ain't Necessarily So; I Do't Wanna Be Kissed By Anyone Else But You; I Get A Kick Out Of You; Jeff; Darn That Dream; Spring Is Here; Black Beauty; Love For Sale; Something To Remember You By; Poinciana; Don't Blame Me; Autumn Leaves; They Can't Take That Away From Me; Old Devil Moon; It's Easy To Remember; Squeeze Me; Pavanne; Crazy He Calls Me; Perfidia; Rica Pulpa; The Donkey Serenade; Slaughter On 10th Avenue; The Surrey With The Fringe On Top; Will You Still Be Mine; Ahmad's Blues; A Gal In Calico; Aki And Ukthay; Billy Boy; Volga Boatman; On Green Dolphin Street; How About You?; I Just Can't See For Lookin'; Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year; Beat Out One; Maryam; Easy To Remember; Jim Loves Sue; I Wish I Knew.

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Ahmad Jamal: Ahmad Jamal Trio: Complete Recordings

Read "Ahmad Jamal Trio: Complete Recordings" reviewed by Robert Iannapollo


It's surprising that Ahmad Jamal, clearly one of the benchmarks of jazz piano in the '50s, has been neglected by most jazz writers. Though he's clearly been a popular favorite, most of the positive commentary has focused on “Miles Davis really liked him. That's actually a bit of an understatement. One might even say Davis was ...


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