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Heart To Heart

Label: Chilly Bin Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Hello My Lovely; Heart To Heart; Alone Together; Now And Then; Journey Home; Blue In Green; Love Is The Thing; Lonely Woman; Cherokee.

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Alan Broadbent: Heart To Heart

Read "Heart To Heart" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Pianist Alan Broadbent can't be accused of rushing to release his second solo piano album; Heart To Heart comes more than two decades after Broadbent initially took the solo plunge with Live At Maybeck Recital Hall, Volume 14 (Concord, 1991), but it was worth the wait. While only Broadbent knows the exact reason ...

Live At Giannelli Square: Vol. 2

Label: Chilly Bin Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Yesterdays; You Don't Know What Love Is; Blues In 'n' Out; Wandering Road; Conception; Sing A Song Of Dameron; Three For All.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Alan Broadbent Trio: Live At Giannelli Square: Vol. 2

Read "Live At Giannelli Square: Vol. 2" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Promise of more to come came with the numerical tag at the end of pianist Alan Broadbent's superb Live At Giannelli Square: Vol. 1 (Chilly Bin, 2010); two years later, he's made good on that promise. Live At Giannelli Square: Vol. 2, recorded as its predecessor was just seeing release, finds Broadbent and his brilliantly understated ...


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