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To My Surprise

Label: Consolidated Artists Productions
Released: 2012
Track listing: A Picture of Dorian Mode; Still Water; New Muse Blues; Limbo; Alone Again; I Hadn't Anyone 'Til You; Old Devil Moon; Magic Bluze; To My Surprise; You've Changed; Eye of the Hurricane; In the Wee Small Hours.

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Mike Longo Trio +2: To My Surprise

Read "To My Surprise" reviewed by Jack Bowers


When is a trio not a trio? Well, when it's the Mike Longo Trio +2, which actually makes it a quintet. Such is the case on six of the dozen tracks on Longo's new CD, To My Surprise, which showcases not only the versatile pianist's core group (bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Lewis Nash), but also ...

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Mike Longo Trio + 2: To My Surprise

Read "To My Surprise" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Though veteran jazz pianist Mike Longo has a long and distinguished career that includes a 25-year association with the legendary Dizzy Gillespie, To My Surprise documents only the second recording with his existing trio. This follow-up to his very successful Sting Like A Bee (Consolidated Artist Production, 2009), features the same lineup of bassist Bob Cranshaw ...

Album

To My Surprise

Label: Consolidated Artists Productions
Released: 2011
Track listing: A Picture of Dorian Mode; Still Water; New Muse Blues; Limbo; Alone Again; I Hadn't Anyone Til' You; Old Devil Moon; Magic Bluze; To My Surprise; You've Changed; Eye of the Hurricane; In The Wee Small Hours.


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