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All In Good Time

Label: 2 Strange Cats
Released: 2019
Track listing: My One Bad Habit (Brubeck/Brubeck) Estate (Martino/Brighetti) Girl Afraid (Morrissey/Marr) When Hagar Ran (Ardizzone/Jurkovic/Hines) Out Lips Are Sealed (Wiedlin/Hall) Ischia (Ardizzone/Jurkovic/Hines) Someday My Prince Will Come (Churchill/Morey) Cyclone (Hines) This I Dig of You (Mobley)


All In Good Time

Released: 2014
Track listing: JD’s Groove; Into The Night; Sunnyside; Hey You; Autumn Chill; All In Good Time; Absolute; After A Rain; Tranquility; Connect The Dots.


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Al DeGregoris: All In Good Time

Read "All In Good Time" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello

Ask any chef worth their salt and they'll tell you that sometimes a followed-to-the-letter recipe can easily --and mysteriously --fall short of culinary delight. It's that unique dollop of creative juice and spoonfuls of love for the cooking that results in a uniquely special dish. With All In Good Time renowned keyboardist and smooth jazz songsmith, ...


All In Good Time

Released: 1999
Track listing: The Song Is You; Daydream; A Time For Love; The Late, Late Show; Love for Sale; It Never Was You; The Jitterbug Waltz; These Foolish Things; Wave; Someone To Watch Over Me; Tuxedo Junction; Die Moritat Von Mackie Messer; Lullaby of Birdland. (Total Playing Time 55:49).


Article: Album Review

Asa Harris: All In Good Time

Read "All In Good Time" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The Vocal Series. Borrowing the majority of Christine Hitt’s band from her recording You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To. (MAXJAZZ 107), vocalist Asa Harris makes her MAXJAZZ debut with a collection of standards that is unique in itself. The fourth in a Vocal Series released by the new label, Harris is preceded by the ...


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