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Waltz for Debby

Label: ToniQ
Released: 2013
Track listing: 1. Snow Flies 2:25 2. Waltz for Debby 4:04 3. Introduction for I.L. 0:52 4. Ida Lupino 6:04 5. Angela 4:28 6. In My Soulitube 4:01 7. Drifting Petals 6:02 8. Peau Douce 5:05 9. Black Ice 1:44 10. Morro Velho 11. A Time for Love 5:52 12. Remember 4:13 13. Estrada Branca 5:02 14. Searching for Debby 3:22

Waltz For Debby

Label: Birdology
Released: 2012

Waltz For Debby

Label: Disques Dreyfus
Released: 2004

Waltz For Debby

Label: 441 Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: 35 W. 4th St., I Concentrate on You, Waltz for Debby, Bud Powell, You Must Believe in Spring, Blues in a Hurry, The Shadow of Your Smile, Flamands,From A to Z, Old Folks


Don Friedman: Waltz for Debby

Read "Waltz for Debby" reviewed by Andrey Henkin

Somewhere Attila Zoller is smiling, pleased to see to his one-time foil, pianist Don Friedman, playing to a full audience at the Jazz Standard last month in support of his new album Waltz for Debby. Those giddy days of the Zoller-Friedman quartet days are long past, but Don Friedman has lost little of the touch that ...


Don Friedman: Waltz for Debby

Read "Waltz for Debby" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger

At the dire risk of committing gratuitous alliteration, there are four “un"s that apply to Don Friedman's playing: under-recorded, under-rated, uncluttered, and unpretentious. A West Coast veteran who's played with Herbie Mann, Charles Lloyd, and Ornette Coleman, he's not a household name but is instantly engaging with his clean touch and bright, flowing sound. Like any ...

Waltz For Debby

Label: BMG Victor Inc.
Released: 1992


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