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Twilight World

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2008
Track listing: Twilight World; The Days Of Love; Turn Around; Close Enough For Love; How Deep Is The Ocean; Alfie; Lonely Woman; Blue In Green; Afternoon In Paris; Stranger In A Dream; Blackberry Winter.

Twilight World

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2008
Track listing: Twilight World; The Days Of Love; Turn Around; Close Enough For Love; How Deep Is The Ocean; Alfie; Lonely Woman; Blue In Green; Afternoon In Paris; Stranger In A Dream; Blackberry Winter.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marian McPartland: Twilight World

Read "Twilight World" reviewed by Graham L. Flanagan

Jazz icon Marian McPartland turned 90 years young in March, 2008, and the special occasion produced an all-star party at Dizzy's Club in New York. National Public Radio has made some of the performance available online as part of the legendary pianist's weekly radio series Piano Jazz, an institution since 1979. As if 2008 couldn't be ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marian McPartland: Twilight World

Read "Twilight World" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Marian McPartland can be described on one word: gracious. Listeners have been treated to weekly installments of Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz, on US National Public Radio, for the past twenty-nine years, experiencing firsthand her graciousness in her light but stubborn Berkshire accent, her unmatched interview style, and, above all, her gin-crystalline pianism. That would be impressive ...

Twilight World

Label: The Orchard
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Continuacion 2. Outhouse 3. Traces 4. Windprint 5. Red's Blues 6. Guataca City 7. Twilight World 8. Con Brio 9. El Cura

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Pamela Hines: Twilight World

Read "Twilight World" reviewed by Jim Santella

Pianist Pamela Hines puts her quartet through a powerfully driven modern mainstream session on Twilight World, which also includes searing ballads and heartfelt blues. With tenor saxophonist Jerry Bergonzi, she interprets a program of pert originals and other fresh themes. Marian McPartland's “Twilight World" serves as the album's centerpiece, with its flowing melody and ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Pamela Hines: Twilight World

Read "Twilight World" reviewed by Paul Olson

Massachusetts pianist Pamela Hines has an elegantly swinging style with nimble, precise soloing and a great, autonomous left hand. Too bad there's not more of her on her CD Twilight World. She's got a great-sounding supporting cast in drummer Reed Deiffenbach, fretless electric bassist David Hines, acoustic bassist John Lockwood (these two split the album's nine ...


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