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In Copenhagen

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Thou Swell; You're Driving Me Crazy; You Can Depend On Me; At Sundown; Undecided; In The Dark; Jeepers Creepers; Gone With The Wind; I Want To Be Happy; If I Could Be With You; St. Louis Blues; Worrying The Life Out Of Me; Old Fashioned Love; Everybody Loves My Baby; Blue Room; Shine; Running Wild; Exactly Like You.

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In Copenhagen

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: No Problem; They Can't Take That Away From Me; Lush Life; Everything Happens To Me; All The Things You Are; The Way You Look Tonight; Jor-Du; Tea For Two/Star Dust; Yesterdays; Flight To Jordan; Misty; It's Only A Paper Moon; Don't Blame Me; Parisian Hop; Two Loves; Night Walk; How Deep Is The Ocean?; Three Little Words.

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In Copenhagen

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: After Hours, Take 1; Kansas City Blues; How Long Blues; The Staggers; Vognporten Boogie; Ace In The Hole; Yardbird Waltz; Man From Muskogee; Diblin' And Dablin'; Fore Day Rider; T'aint Nobody's Business; Doo-Wah-Doo; Hot Biscuits; Cherry Red; Jumpin' With McShann; After Hours, Take 2.

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Ralph Sutton: In Copenhagen

Read "In Copenhagen" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Ralph Sutton, “The Last of the Whorehouse Piano Players," was 54 and in peak form when these tracks were recorded over three days during a visit to the Danish capital in 1977. It is difficult to imagine Sutton, as a boy, playing organ at the Presbyterian church in Howell, Missouri, where he grew up. From the ...

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Duke Jordan: In Copenhagen

Read "In Copenhagen" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Irving Stanley “Duke" Jordan, pianist in legendary altoist Charlie Parker's classic quintet, recorded this solo album late in life. It shows he had lost none of the qualities that led Bird to pick him to take part--along with trumpeter Miles Davis, bassist Tommy Potter and drummer Max Roach--in such landmark recordings as “Bird of Paradise," “Dewey ...

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Jay McShann: In Copenhagen

Read "In Copenhagen" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Jay “Hootie" McShann was like one of those Russian dolls that you knock down and they bounce right up again. Right up until his death in 2006 at the age of 90, he was one of the jazz world's great survivors. Born in Muskogee, Oklahoma, in 1916, his spiritual and musical home was Kansas City, where ...

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In Copenhagen

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Honeysuckle Rose; I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter; Medley, I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling and Ain't Misbehavin'; St Louis Blues; Medley, In A Sentimental Mood and Mood Indigo; Perdido; Satin Doll; Take The A Train; Body And Soul; Basin Street Blues; Avalon; Moonglow; I'll Remember April; Who Cares?; Someone To Watch Over Me; S'Wonderful.

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In Copenhagen

Label: Sunnyside
Released: 2008

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In Copenhagen

Label: Sound Triangle Records
Released: 2008

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Teddy Wilson: In Copenhagen

Read "In Copenhagen" reviewed by Chris Mosey


Teddy Wilson was a supremely elegant pianist, born in an age in which the music meant more than the image of its performers. Mrs Pearl Wilson's son Theodore was also an extremely polite and courteous individual. So it came as something of a suprise when, late in life, referring to rock music, he said, “It's like ...


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