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Live At Mezzrow

Label: Cellar Music Group
Released: 2024
Track listing: Try To Remember; All Blues; Blue In Green; Pages Of Life; Good Morning Bahia; So What; All My Life; Straight No Chaser; Take The "A" Train.

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Musician

Daniel Duke

Daniel LaCour Duke is a critically acclaimed bassist and composer who has performed with some high profile musicians throughout his career, including Vincent Herring, Louis Hayes, and Mulgrew MIller. Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Duke’s parents were both classical piano teachers. His father also worked as a solo jazz pianist. When offered a job at a well regarded music school, the family moved to St. Paul, Minnesota where Daniel began learning the violin as a child. Throughout his childhood, he was exposed to jazz, second line and Cajun music on frequent visits to his mother’s family in New Orleans. As a teenager he started playing bass, and by the time he turned 18, he was working regularly as a professional bassist with jazz, rock, and salsa bands in Minneapolis.

Album

Live at Mezzrow

Label: Cellar Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Bird Alone; The Touch of Your Lips; What Is This Thing Called Love; The Bird & Confirmation; Look for the Silver Lining; Falling in Love with Love; Baltimore Oriole; Blue in Green; Autumn in New York; Lucky to Be Me.

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Sheila Jordan: Live at Mezzrow

Read "Live at Mezzrow" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Inossidabile, leggendaria Sheila. Un anno fa usciva lo splendido inedito del 1960 con la Jordan agli inizi di carriera www.allaboutjazz.com/comes-love-lost-session-1960-sheila-jordan-capri-records e 6 decenni dopo la cantante è ancora on stage, in bella forma all'età di 93 anni. Com'è noto Sheila Jordan iniziò a cantare tardivamente—poco dopo i 30—e per motivi famigliari sviluppò la ...

Album

Live at Mezzrow

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: The Man I Love; Echo of a Kiss; I Mean You; The Star-Crossed Lovers; 10 Bar Tune; Dancing In The Dark; Isfahan; Intimacy of The Blues; Paraphernalia.

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Denny Zeitlin: Live at Mezzrow

Read "Live at Mezzrow" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Pianist Denny Zeitlin appeared on his first recording in 1963, flautist Jeremy Steigs' Flute Fever (Columbia Records). He was in his third year at Johns Hopkins Medical School at the time, on a path to dual careers in psychiatry and eventually the teaching of that profession—vocations he continues with to this day. Add a ...

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Denny Zeitlin: Live at Mezzrow

Read "Live at Mezzrow" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Coming up on two decades of creative engagement and evolution, pianist Denny Zeitlin's group with bassist Buster Williams and drummer Matt Wilson remains one of the most bracing, sophisticated and creatively satisfying trios on the scene. In the best of times, a set like this, recorded live at Spike Wilner's New York piano room Mezzrow, can ...


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