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Follow Me

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Beautiful love; Misty roses; Follow me; The nearness of you; You'd be so nice to come home to; Can't help falling in love; Teach me tonight; I talk to the wind; I thought about you; Old devil moon; You must believe in spring.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Fleur Stevenson: Follow Me

Read "Follow Me" reviewed by Roger Farbey

There are plenty of standards adorning Fleur Stevenson's debut album. This comes in the wake of her career-launching salvo, an EP entitled Introducing Fleur Stevenson, released in 2016. Stevenson possesses an appealing voice and, on the breezy opener “Beautiful Love," proves she can scat as deftly as she can sing Haven Gillespie's memorable words. While the ...

Follow Me

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2013

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Follow Me

Featuring the music of Jo-Yu Chen
Duration: 5:11

Trio Album "Incomplete Soul" Jo-Yu Chen: piano;Christopher Tordini: bass;Tommy Crane, drums

Follow Me

Label: Dreyfus Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1 Follow Me 3:34 2 Les Amants d'Un Jour 3:28 3 St. Louis Blues 3:18 4 My Favorite Things 4:32 5 If I Should Lose You 3:24 6 St James Infirmary 3:44 7 Happiness Seven 2:08 8 One for My Baby 4:26 9 The Racoon 3:32 10 Autumn Leaves 3:12 11 Ain't Misbehavin' 3:22 12 Beaver Dam 3:55 13 Vous Qui Passez Sans Me Voir 2:55 14 B Minor Waltz 3:35 15 Oleo 1:32 16 Les Copains d'Abord 4:02

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jean-Michel Pilc: Follow Me

Read "Follow Me" reviewed by Andrew Durkin

Given the Francophobia that has reared its ugly head in American politics over the last few years, it's a relief to see that Stateside jazz fans, at least, are still open to the contributions of European practitioners of the art form. So, for instance, Jean-Michel Pilc's latest CD, the somewhat generically named Follow Me , has ...

Follow Me

Label: Dreyfus Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1 Follow Me 3:34 2 Les Amants d'Un Jour 3:28 3 St. Louis Blues 3:18 4 My Favorite Things 4:32 5 If I Should Lose You 3:24 6 St James Infirmary 3:44 7 Happiness Seven 2:08 8 One for My Baby 4:26 9 The Racoon 3:32 10 Autumn Leaves 3:12 11 Ain't Misbehavin' 3:22 12 Beaver Dam 3:55 13 Vous Qui Passez Sans Me Voir 2:55 14 B Minor Waltz 3:35 15 Oleo 1:32 16 Les Copains d'Abord 4:02

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jean-Michel Pilc: Follow Me

Read "Follow Me" reviewed by Ken Franckling

French pianist Jean-Michel Pilc has made a name for himself as an adventurous musical explorer. Follow Me is his first solo CD after four trio recordings and one large ensemble project. The opening title track is sort of an invitation to follow him through his many moods. He shows himself to be a musical ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jean-Michel Pilc: Follow Me

Read "Follow Me" reviewed by Jim Santella

A solo piano album is all about personal expression. The artist chooses to interpret with open harmony or denser measures, tightly packed or open wide. The rhythm, naturally, does not depend on teamwork. The artist is able to follow his muse freely.Pianist Jean-Michel Pilc captures the essence of jazz and blues; but he also ...

Follow Me

Label: Columbia
Released: 1989


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