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Mike Wofford Trio: Live at Athenaeum Jazz

Read "Live at Athenaeum Jazz" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Mike Wofford is one of those unsung yet enormously talented pianists (there are a lot of them) whose names rarely surface in the so-called “best of popularity contests (excuse me, polls) conducted by various jazz periodicals. One of the reasons, of course, is that Wofford makes his home in San Diego; another, closely related to the ...

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Live at the Anthenaeum Jazz

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Released: 2004
Track listing: My Old Flame, Take the Coltrane, Macedonia, Dex-Mex, Medley: Lucky to Be Me/I'm Just a Lucky So and So, It's Probably Me, The Best Thing for You

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Live At Athenaeum Jazz

Label:
Released: 2004
Track listing: My Old Flame; Take The Coltrane; Macedonia; Dex-Mex; Medley: Lucky To Be Me/ I'm Just A Lucky So And So; It's Probably Me; The Best Thing For You.

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Mike Wofford Trio: Live At Athenaeum Jazz

Read "Live At Athenaeum Jazz" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


Pianist Mike Wofford has been a mainstay of the West Coast jazz scene for many decades and has been recording since 1966. Based out of San Diego, the location for this recording, he has been heard on many recordings as member of groups led by Shelly Manne and His Men, Shorty Rogers and James Moody. In ...

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Mike Wofford Trio: Live At Athenaeum Jazz

Read "Live At Athenaeum Jazz" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Mike Wofford played for fifteen years at the Athenaeum jazz concert series in San Diego, right from its initiation in 1989. Came the time to release its first recording and the spotlight, appropriately enough, shone on Wofford. He set his sights on New York and beckoned Peter Washington and Victor Lewis to join him. ...

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Mike Wofford Trio: Live at the Anthenaeum Jazz

Read "Live at the Anthenaeum Jazz" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


My perspective, speaking as a reviewer with access to large amounts of music, may not be that of the average fan, but 2004 seems to be shaping up as the year of outstanding piano trio work by higher profile players like Keith Jarrett and Brad Mehldau, as well as by a slew of lesser-known but no ...


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