I Cant Get Started - Tommy Flanagan & Kenny Barron - Together (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 09,  · Sunday Jazz - Positive Coffee Jazz Playlist For Dream, Work & Study Lounge Music 2, watching Live now.
  2. Known for his flawless and tasteful playing, Tommy Flanagan received long overdue recognition for his talents in the s. He played clarinet when he was six and switched to piano five years later. Flanagan was an important part of the fertile Detroit jazz scene (other than when he was in the Army) until he moved to New York in
  3. Tommy Flanagan discography and songs: Music profile for Tommy Flanagan, born 16 March Genres: Jazz, Hard Bop. Albums include The Cats, Overseas, and Fine and Mellow.
  4. The rebirth of Flanagan's solo career in gave him room to branch out from straight-ahead Bop and into both modal Post Bop and free improvisation. Yet as he looked forward, he also looked back toward the music's origins, recording an album of Harold Arlen standards, as well as a tribute to Charlie Parker.
  5. H.L. FORWARD I am honored to write a few words about one of the greatest jazz pianists around, Kenny Barron. He has been an important fixture on the New York scene for 40 years and is one of the elite jazz pianists in the world.
  6. Patrão is an album by bassist Ron Carter which was recorded at Van Gelder Studio in and released on the Milestone label the following year. Tommy Flanagan Trio. $ I Can't Get Started. Lee Konitz. $ Melancholia (Instrumental) Kenny Barron. $ Peace. Horace Silver. $
  7. Without Deception is a studio album by English jazz bassist Dave Holland, drummer Johnathan Blake, and pianist Kenny Barron. The album was released on March 6, by Dare2, Holland's own label. The album was recorded in Mount Vernon, New York, and consists of 10 compositions, including the Thelonious Monk's rarity “Worry Later”.
  8. Kenny Barron is the most underated piano players ever. This man has the ability to make the piano sing in ways which make non-jazz listeners doubletake. If you haven't heard him, buy this album/5(11).

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