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My Favorite Things

Featuring the music of Helen Merrill & Gordon Beck
Duration: 4:31

The duo of singer Helen Merrill and pianist Gordon Beck perform "My Favorite Things" in this concert from the 1992 Tourcoing, France Jazz Festival.

My Favorite Things

Featuring the music of Dave Liebman
Duration: 12:31

Holiday Season is upon us, one of the favorites of the season "My Favorite Things" performed by modern jazz giants! David Liebman - Soprano Saxophone Joey Calderazzo - Piano Dave Holland - Bass Jack DeJohnette - Drums

My Favorite Things

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004

My Favorite Things

Label: 441 Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1 My Favorite Things 5:44 2 It Could Happen to You 7:05 3 Easy to Love 5:46 4 Ask Me Now 7:07 5 Schmooze Blooze 5:29 6 Never Let Me Go 7:30 7 Half and Half 3:34 8 I'm All Smiles 6:34 9 Giant Steps 3:56 10 Summer'd End 6:20


Don Friedman: My Favorite Things

Read "My Favorite Things" reviewed by Riel Lazarus

One of the sweetest sounds in jazz is that of a well groomed piano trio. Many would agree, there's little to contend with an able- bodied threesome, flipping through the pages of this or that tune, together finding its cozy hearth in harmony and rhythm. Veteran pianist Don Friedman has found that center and, alongside bassist ...


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