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What's Up

Label: Okeh
Released: 2013
Track listing: What's Up; A Place In Time; Take Five; Sandra's Serenade; Island Beat; Alone Together; Paprika; Love For Sale; Chan Chan; On Fire; At Dawn.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Michel Camilo: What's Up

Read "What's Up" reviewed by Larry Taylor

Jazz piano virtuoso Michel Camilo is known for his bombastic technique. For example, after a set at the Monterey Jazz Festival a couple of years ago, I stuck around and talked to the piano-tuner hired to rejuvenate the strings. He stood shaking his head in dismay after Camilo's hard driving workout, which had been a crowd-pleaser. ...

What's Up

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Squatty Roo; Salt Peanuts; Ad Lib Blues; If I Should Lose You; Limehouse Blues; Soft Winds; The More I See You.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Very Tall Band: Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, Milt Jackson: What's Up

Read "What's Up" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

What's Up is the addendum to Telarc's 1999 release of Live at the Blue Note, cataloging a holiday performance of elder statesmen pianist Oscar Peterson, vibraphonist Milt Jackson, and bassist Ray Brown with the support of relative youngster drummer Karriem Riggins. Recorded on Thanksgiving weekend, 1998 at New York City's Blue Note Club, these performances are ...


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