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Live at Iridium, New York

Label: Dreyfus Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: No Print; Jackie-ing Part 1; Misterioso; Green Chimneys; Jackie-ing Part 2; Moonlight with M; Spiritual; Thief; Mr. RG; Yemen; Golden Key; Ignition; Voices; Landscape.

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Jean-Michel Pilc: Live At Iridium, New York

Read "Live At Iridium, New York" reviewed by Budd Kopman

If you have heard Jean-Michel Pilc live or on record, you will know that Live At Iridium, New York may bring goosebumps. Together, the tracks represent an excellent splicing job of tunes from sets over three nights in October 2004 to make up what sounds like one set. The record will almost certainly make you say, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jean-Michel Pilc: Live at Iridium, New York

Read "Live at Iridium, New York" reviewed by Brian P. Lonergan

French pianist Jean-Michel Pilc has composed some attractive music in his decade in New York, and he is a dynamic improviser as well. On Live at Iridium, New York, recorded in the fall of 2004, the latter quality is most prominent. Live at Iridium is the first recording featuring Pilc's new trio with ...


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