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Erroll Garner Plays Gershwin & Kern

Label: Mack Avenue
Released: 2020
Track listing: Strike Up The Band; Love Walked In; I Got Rhythm; Someone To Watch Over Me; A Foggy Day (In London Town); Nice Work If You Can Get It; Nice Work If You Can Get It (Take 2); Lovely To Look At; Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man; Only Make Believe; Old Man River; Dearly Beloved; Why Do I Love You; A Fine Romance; Maybe You’re The One.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Erroll Garner: Erroll Garner Plays Gershwin & Kern

Read "Erroll Garner Plays Gershwin & Kern" reviewed by Chris May

The British newspaper The Times once nailed Abdullah Ibrahim's appeal thus: “There are few musicians in jazz who can make you feel that essentially all is right in the world." The late Erroll Garner is another pianist whose music could be similarly described. You might argue that Ibrahim's task is harder, because much of his work ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Erroll Garner: Campus Concert

Read "Campus Concert" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

In the history of recorded music, whether it be cave holler, rock, rap, jazz, country or take your pick, there are not a lot of albums that hold one's attention and imagination like the epic Concert By The Sea (Legacy, 2015). But somehow Erroll Garner's other live albums such as this one, the last released in ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ahmad Jamal: Trio & Quintet Recordings With Ray Crawford

Read "Trio & Quintet Recordings With Ray Crawford" reviewed by Chris May

This 2xCD reissue comprises three of Ahmad Jamal's early and mid 1950s trio albums plus a fourth recorded in 1960 with a quintet. Between times, Jamal had released the totemic trio set At The Pershing (Argo, 1958), which included the break-out single “Poinciana" (his first, equally lovely, 1955 recording of Nat Simon and Buddy Bernier's tune ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Erroll Garner: Nightconcert

Read "Nightconcert" reviewed by Peter J. Hoetjes

The lights dimmed, a spotlight illuminated the stage, and on Saturday November 7, 1964, Erroll Garner, wearing a black tuxedo and almost certainly one of his frequent grins, walked on stage to play piano to an audience of over 2,000 people at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. The excitement was palpable, and the crowd roared and clapped ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Erroll Garner: Nightconcert

Read "Nightconcert" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Erroll Garner's exuberance and love for his instrument, his music, his players, and his audience breaks today's poisoned and polarized air from the very first note of “Where or When" from Nightconcert, the archival release from the Erroll Garner Project, released on Mack Avenue Records. Recorded with a visceral intimacy and immediacy on November ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Monterey Jazz Festival 2015, Part 2

Read "Monterey Jazz Festival 2015, Part 2" reviewed by Walter Atkins

2015 Monterey Jazz Festival Monterey County Fairgrounds Monterey CA September 18-20, 2015 The 58th edition of the storied Monterey Jazz Festival continued its long tradition of bringing its rich blend of both venerable and new artists to the historic Northern California venue. This year's extensive line up included: Chick Corea, Diane ...


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