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Dreyfus Night in Paris

Label: Dreyfus Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Tutu (16:36) 2. The King Is Gone (17:19) 3. Looking Up (16:31)

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Miller/Petrucciani/Lagrene/White/Garrett: Dreyfus Night in Paris

Read "Dreyfus Night in Paris" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Nearly a decade after its concert appearance in Paris, this all-star quintet has finally made it onto record. The Dreyfus Night, first convened in Paris in 1993, was in its second reincarnation, and the highlight of five gluttonous hours of music was a star-studded band pulled together by label head Francis Dreyfus. The much-hyped group included ...

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Miller/Petrucciani/Lagr: Dreyfus Night in Paris

Read "Dreyfus Night in Paris" reviewed by Eric J. Iannelli

Dubbed “a 'Massey Hall' for the modern era"—is 1953 really such ancient history?— Dreyfus Night in Paris is actually a performance that took place nearly ten years ago and is only just seeing its release. The “Massey Hall" assertion is debatable given that the musicians here, though excellent, don't exactly match the calibre of Bird (aka ...

Dreyfus Night In Paris

Label: Dreyfus Jazz
Released: 2003


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