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Great American Songs Through the Years

Label: Capri Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Falling in Love with Love; Tenderly; The More I See You; It Could Happen to You; Someone to Watch Over Me; Thou Swell; You Took Advantage of Me; I Thought About You; All or Nothing at All; How Long Has This Been Going On.

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Jeff Hamilton Trio: Great American Songs Through the Years

Read "Great American Songs Through the Years" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Jeff Hamilton, by any measure one of the more tasteful and talented jazz drummers on the scene, has kept his working trio (Tamir Hendelman, piano; Christoph Luty, bass) together for more than a decade. There's a good reason for that: Hendelman and Luty are kindred souls, and as accomplished in their own way as Hamilton is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeff Hamilton Trio: Great American Songs Through the Years

Read "Great American Songs Through the Years" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger

In a sonic climate full of studio fixes, it's always refreshing to hear something real--especially when it's executed with this level of excellence. At this point the Jeff Hamilton Trio has been together for over a decade, and it shows in their relaxed and seamless interplay. On this CD, a limited reissue of a 2013 Japanese ...


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