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Three for the Ages

Label: Capri Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: You Don't Know What Love Is; Gethsemane; How Deep is the Ocean; Falling in Love; I Should Care; Three for the Ages; Atras da Porta; The Best Thing for You; Persona.

Album

Three for the Ages

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Released: 2010
Track listing: 01. You Don't Know What Love Is (De Paul/Ray) - 10:46; 02. Gethsemane (Lloyd Wenner-Rice) - 7:12; 03. How Deep Is The Ocean (Berlin) - 7:24; 04. Falling In Love (Feldman) - 5:20; 05. I Should Care (Stordhal/Weston/Cahn) - 6:49; 06. Three For The Ages (Pagán) - 6:35; 07. Atras da Porta (Hime/Buarque) - 8:21; 08. The Best Thing For You (Berlin) - 6:20; 09. Persona (Pieranunzi) - 5:25.

Article: Album Review

Michael Pagán Trio: Three for the Ages

Read "Three for the Ages" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Prettamente legato ai modelli del piano trio degli anni cinquanta/sessanta (una sintesi tra Hank Jones, Tommy Flanagan, George Cables e Bill Evans) Michael Pagán ha il pregio di offrire un lavoro raffinato e sincero, che si snoda in un ricco gioco di relazioni coi suoi bravi partner e disegna ottime interpretazioni di noti standard, qualche brano ...

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Article: Album Review

Michael Pagan Trio: Three for the Ages

Read "Three for the Ages" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Pianist Michael Pagan is known as a prolific composer and arranger for small combos to big bands, and is currently Assistant Director of Jazz Studies at the University of Missouri in Kansas City. It is, however, his performance as a musician on Three for the Ages that stands out above his already impressive musical credentials. Adept ...


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