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Poinciana

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Label: Lydian Jazz Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 6:19

Poinciana

Label: Losen Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Lullaby of the Leaves; Darn that Dream; It Could Happen; Charokee; My Ideal; Eronel; The Best Thing for you is Me; Ask Me Now; Poinciana.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Andreas Dreier Trio: Poinciana

Read "Poinciana" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

There's no doubt when the soft tapping of drums announces a beat as light as lovers dancing through a summer night. This is the signature of one of the greatest cover versions of all time. Or rather, this is the watermark of a cover made into a new composition. Pianist Ahmad Jamal's trio now virtually owns ...

VIDEO

Poinciana

Featuring the music of Ahmad Jamal Trio
Duration: 8:00

Ahmad Jamal (piano), James Cammack (bass), Idris Muhammad (drums) at the Marciac Jazz Festival.
VIDEO

Poinciana

Featuring the music of Sun Ra All-Stars
Duration: 8:05

Sun Ra leads an all-star band in Berlin, 1983. Don Cherry, tp; Lester Bowie, tp; Marshall Allen, as, per; John Gilmore, ts, fl; Archie Shepp, ts; Sun Ra, key; Richard Davis, b; Clifford Jarvis, dr; Philly Joe Jones, dr; Famoudou Don Moye, perc.
VIDEO

Poinciana

Featuring the music of Ahmad Jamal
Duration: 9:46

Ahmad Jamal performs a new version of a song long associated with him, "Poinciana", at the Vienne, France, Jazz Festival in 2005, accompanied by drummer Idris Muhammad and bassist James Cammack.

Poinciana

Label: MCA Records
Released: 1988

Poinciana

Label: Kedar Entertainment Group
Released: 1976


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