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Lynne Arriale: Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival

Read "Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival" reviewed by J. Robert Bragonier

The year was 1994; the location, Orlando, Florida. I was visiting for meetings and, out for a stroll in the evening, I wandered into a small bar with a piano trio. For the next hour or more, I sat entranced by the poise and artistry of Lynne Arriale, a totally new name to me. Her touch, ...

Live At The Montreux Jazz Festival

Label: Abracadabra Music
Released: 2004

Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival

Label: TCB Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Alone Together; Evidence; With Words Unspoken; Seven Steps to Heaven; Think of One; Estate; Calypso; An Affair to Remember

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Lynne Arriale Trio: Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival

Read "Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Acid Impressionism. Classically trained pianist Lynne Arriale follows up Melody (TCB 99552) with an equally fine live recording, her first. Live At the Montreux Jazz Festival shimmers with wall-to-wall orchestral playing. The music here is full-bodied with a plush base provided by Arriale's smart pedal work. “Alone Together" swirls, while the two Monk tunes become her ...

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STB Big Band: Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival

Read "Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Even playing “offstage” (in other words, in an out–of–the–way venue), as the announcer says in introducing the ensemble, performing at the 30th Montreux Jazz Festival must have been one of life’s momentous watermarks for Germany’s youthful STB Big Band, and they certainly give the concert everything they have. Like most bands I’ve heard from that country, ...


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