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Trio In Tokyo

Label: Dreyfus Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1. Training performed by Petrucciani / Steve Gadd / Anthony Jackson - 4:40 2. September Second performed by Petrucciani / Steve Gadd / Anthony Jackson - 5:19 3. Home performed by Petrucciani / Steve Gadd / Anthony Jackson - 9:18 4. Little Piece in C for U performed by Petrucciani / Steve Gadd / Anthony Jackson - 7:29 5. Love Letter performed by Petrucciani / Steve Gadd / Anthony Jackson - 9:07 6. Cantabile performed by Petrucciani / Steve Gadd / Anthony Jackson - 7:48 7. Colors performed by Petrucciani / Steve Gadd / Anthony Jackson - 10:49 8. So What performed by Petrucciani / Steve Gadd / Anthony Jackson - 7:33

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Michel Petrucciani, Anthony Jackson & Steve Gadd: Trio In Tokyo

Read "Trio In Tokyo" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante


Recorded in 1997, this CD features the late Michel Petrucciani on piano, drummer extraordinaire Steve Gadd and bassist Anthony Jackson in a performance from the Blue Note in Tokyo. One listen to Trio In Tokyo and it is apparent that this is Petrucciani's group. The diminutive pianist leads while Gadd and Jackson provide a killer rhythm ...

Album

Trio In Tokyo

Label: Dreyfus Records
Released: 2000

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Michel Petrucciani: Trio In Tokyo

Read "Trio In Tokyo" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Recorded at the Japanese Blue Note nightclub in November 1997, Trio In Tokyo documents the end of a brief and extraordinary life. Michel Petrucciani was born with a rare bone disease that severely inhibited his growth and took his life last year. But what he lacked in height, he more than made up for in expression. ...

Album

Trio In Tokyo

Label: Blue Note
Released: 1999


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