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Kindred Spirits

Label: TP Recordings
Released: 2010
Track listing: 1. Just Friends (Klemmer/Lewis) - 4:45; 2. Lee Bossa/Lee Swing (Jimmy Amadie) - 6:37; 3. What Now (Jimmy Amadie) - 7:03; 4. Blues for Thee "DV" (Jimmy Amadie) - 5:41; 5. Well You Needn't (Monk) - 8:10; 6. Life Is Worth Living (Jimmy Amadie) - 8:43; 7. I Want to Be Happy (Caesar/Youmans) - 6:10; 8. A Samba For You (Jimmy Amadie) - 6:34.

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Jimmy Amadie: Kindred Spirits

Read "Kindred Spirits" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Dalla vita di Amadie si potrebbe trarre un soggetto cinematografico. Nato a Filadelfia 73 anni fa, è stato in gioventù un buon atleta di football e un promettente pianista. Conclusi gli studi di pianoforte al conservatorio ha iniziato a lavorare con jazzmen di primo piano (Woody Herman, Mel Tormé, Red Rodney, Coleman Hawkins) dimostrando ottime doti ...


Live at Red Rock Studio: A Tribute to Tony Bennett

Label: TP Recordings
Released: 2004
Track listing: The Thought of Losing You; Baby Blue; You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To; Stella By Starlight; This Can't Be Love; The Very Thought of You; Come Rain or Come Shine; Phil the Woods With Music


Article: Album Review

Jimmy Amadie Trio: Live at Red Rock Studio: A Tribute to Tony Bennett

Read "Live at Red Rock Studio: A Tribute to Tony Bennett" reviewed by Joshua Weiner

If I keep harping on this, I'm going to get a reputation as a curmudgeon. But the continuing practice of slapping together several unrelated tunes and, in an attempt to get noticed, wrapping around them a weakly coherent concept which, as often as not, invokes a famous and well-loved jazz personality, has got to stop. I ...


In A Trio Setting

Label: TP Recordings
Released: 2003
Track listing: I


Article: Album Review

Jimmy Amadie: In A Trio Setting

Read "In A Trio Setting" reviewed by Jim Santella

Pianist Jimmy Amadie interprets each classic, Sinatra-type standard on In A Trio Setting with a crystalline touch and his usual buoyant swing. His improvisation carries the trio along natural paths with a universal sense of time. The salute to Frank Sinatra is coincidental, but it does represent the range of this artist, who ...


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