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Plays Gershwin

Label: Big Bang Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: David Leonhardt - Piano/Leader; Nancy Reed - Vocals; Ralph Lalama - Tenor Saxophone; Paul Rostock - Bass; Tom Melito - Drums

Plays Gershwin

Label: Big Bang Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Summertime; But Not For Me; The Man I Love; How Long Has This Been Going On?; I

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David Leonhardt Jazz Group: Plays Gershwin

Read "Plays Gershwin" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The release of another all-Gershwin record might not be necessary, but when played as lovingly as David Leonhardt surely is welcome. Leonhardt, a veteran of David ‘Fathead’ Newman’s band, has worked with, among others Jon Hendricks, Herbie Mann and Ron Carter. This release, his fifth as leader, remains close to the Gershwin compositions. And why not? ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

David Leonhardt Jazz Group: Plays Gershwin

Read "Plays Gershwin" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Pennsylvania-based David Leonhardt Jazz Group, noted for its presentation of both straight and modern jazz, eschews the latter on this CD turning its considerable talents and energy to the music of the Gershwin Brothers. One of the Group's stalwarts, Village Vanguard Orch. veteran Ralph Lalama, sets aside his hard bop sax as he revels in the ...

Plays Gershwin

Label: Verve Records
Released: 1989

Plays Gershwin

Label: Kedar Entertainment Group
Released: 1960


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