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Al Williams

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David Bach: Otherworld

Read "David Bach: Otherworld" reviewed by Geannine Reid


Like the famous composer from whom Bach shares his last name, the Washington, D.C.--Baltimore--Michigan based pianist David Bach has a deep love for the piano and melodic music is the theme on his CD, Otherworld. “My parents never had to ask me to practice," says Bach of his formative encounters with the piano. “I just sat ...

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Jazz Great Barbara Morrison To Be Honored in "A Benefit Evening of Jazz Legends For Barbara Morrison" at Local 47 Musicians Union in Hollywood, CA on September 11th

Music producers Stuart Elster and Richard Simon will present A Benefit Evening of Jazz Legends for Barbara Morrison, co-hosted by Helen Borgers, on-air talent for KJAZZ 88.1 FM and James Janisse, on-air talent for KCRW 89.9 FM for One Night Only on Sunday, September 11, 2011 at Local 47 Musicians Union; 817 Vine Street; Hollywood, CA ...

Album

Let's Celebrate

Label: Blue Lady Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Shakey Jake; One for Willie; Norwegian Eyes; Mama Leila; Cristo Redentor; Things Ain't What They Used To Be; Super Blue; Like Eddie.

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Article: Album Review

Al Williams Jazz Society: Let's Celebrate

Read "Let's Celebrate" reviewed by Jim Santella


When was the last time you heard “Cristo Redentor?" Al Williams has included this classic tune on his album for old times' sake, since it's his unofficial theme song. Recorded live at the Long Beach Jazz Festival, the piece features Nolan Shaheed, Herman Riley, Nedra Wheeler and Bobby Lyle with soulful interpretations. While there is no ...


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