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Love You Madly

Label: Venus Records
Released: 2003

Album

Love You Madly

Label: Venus Records
Released: 2003

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NY Trio: Love You Madly

Read "Love You Madly" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger


This bouquet of Ellingtonia is superb, but then you'd expect nothing less from such a top-level trio. Bill Charlap, increasingly acknowledged as one of the best living pianists in jazz, has a unique touch; when he plays a ballad, as on “Sentimental Mood," he presses the keys so softly that the notes seem breathed, rather than ...

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New York Trio: Love You Madly

Read "Love You Madly" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger


This bouquet of Ellingtonia is superb, but then you'd expect nothing less from this top-level trio. Bill Charlap, increasingly acknowledged as one of the best living pianists in jazz, has a unique touch; when he plays a ballad, as on “Sentimental Mood," he presses the keys so softly that the notes seem breathed, rather than struck. ...

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Love You Madly

Label: Edelweiss Music
Released: 2002

Album

Love You Madly

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: I Love You Madly/ Gravy Waltz/ Eyes of Love/ My Buddy/ Trombonio-Bustoso-Issimo/ Wanderlust/ This Love of Mine/ Whirley Bird/ Who Can I Turn To?/ You Dirty Dog. Recorded: January 6 & 7, 1999, Riverside Studio, Chicago, IL

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Love You Madly

Label: Catalyst Productions
Released: 2000

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Jeanne Trevor: Love You Madly

Read "Love You Madly" reviewed by Dave Nathan


Jeanne Trevor has been a fixture in St. Louis entertainment and community service arenas for almost 40 years. After all those years, the Catalyst label has provided the chance to make her own album. Nowhere does that well worn phrase, “it's about time" have more meaning than here. Ms Trevor has all the vocal tools and ...

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Eddie Johnson: Love You Madly

Read "Love You Madly" reviewed by Derek Taylor


Johnson is a prime example of the what I like to call the Iceberg Theory, the unwritten phenomenon in jazz which states that those who are recording the music regularly are only ‘tip of the iceberg’ when it comes to the sheer numbers of musicians who are actually playing and performing jazz and usually go unnoticed. ...

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Love You Madly

Label: Repertoire Records
Released: 1999


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