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miércoles, 10 de octubre de 2018

New York Trio • The Things We Did Last Summer





 Also known as the New York Jazz Trio, this combo is a studio-only group who specialize in recording classic standards in a straightforward, post-bop style. The New York Trio features three gifted musicians who are firmly established on the East Coast jazz scene. Pianist Bill Charlap is a member of the Phil Woods Quintet, has accompanied the likes of Tony Bennett, Benny Carter, and Gerry Mulligan, and has recorded a handful of well-received albums for Blue Note as a bandleader. Bassist Jay Leonhart has recorded as a headliner since 1983, while also making a name for himself as a vocalist and songwriter as well as backing up Marian McPartland, Louie Bellson, Lee Konitz, and many others. And drummer Bill Stewart had handled demanding gigs with a variety of musicians, including jazz guitarist John Scofield, funky sax man Maceo Parker and R&B legend James Brown. In 2001, Charlap, Leonhart, and Stewart teamed up in the studio to cut the album Blues in the Night for the Venus Jazz label; featuring leisurely but heartfelt interpretations of eight classic melodies, the album was well-received by fans of classic jazz. Seven similar collections have been recorded by the trio for Japanese jazz labels. ~ Mark Deming




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Tracklist:
1. Shadow of Your Smile (J. Mandel) 4:54
2. Things We Did Last Summer (J. Styne) 6:38
3. How Long Has This Been Going On? (George & Ira Gershwin) 7:36
4. How High the Moon (M. Lewis) 7:49
5. Mona Lisa (J. Livingstone) 3:40
6. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To (Cole Porter) 9:13
7. It's Only a Paper Moon (H. Arlen) 6:02
8. When Your Lover Has Gone (Einar A. Swan) 8:02
9. As Time Goes By (H. Humpfield) 5:44
  
Personnel:
Bill Charlap (piano);
Jay Leonhart (double bass);
Bill Stewart (drums).

Released: Dec 31, 2001


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