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Al Daniels

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Al Daniels is an accomplished composer/arranger and jazz pianist. Over the course of his half century as a player/composer he has worked with some of the finest musicians on the west coast. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Al's music history dates back to high school where his classical performance in the Bay Area Young Musicians Competition (sponsored by Pepsi) won him a new Kawai piano and an appearance with the San Francisco Symphony. But as Al's musical vocabulary increased legendary jazz saxophonist John Handy became an early inspiration and mentor during his studies at San Francisco State

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Brasiliana

Label: Dan3Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Danzon; Con Pasion; Samba Picante; Samba de Romanza; Dao Dao; Exoticana; Rhapsodia; City Samba; Viaje al Mar; Moments Notice; Change the World.

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The Way to You

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Duration: 4:41

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Grand Piano Stories

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Track listing: 1- Maiden/Dolphin Dance 2-Pensativa 3-Someone to Watch Over Me 4-Stella by Starlight 5-Sophisticated Lady 6-The Way to You 7-Time in a Bottle 8-Tones for Joan's Bones 9-Never Neverland 10-With a song in My Heart

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Life in the Balance

Label: Dan3Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1-Jazz Cats 2-Life in the Balance 3-Waterfall 4-A Journey Without End 5-New Blues Thang 6-Afraid to Call It Love 7-The Road to Salamanca 8-The Gospel Truth 9-Samba-Al 10-Intimate Pursuit


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