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sábado, 7 de julio de 2018

Stephane Grappelli • Steff and Slam



Review by Ken Dryden
It only seems natural that violinist Stephane Grappelli and bassist Slam Stewart, two masters of swing whose careers both got underway in the 1930s, would eventually record together; they are joined by pianist Johnny Guarnieri, guitarist Jimmy Shirley, and drummer Jackie Williams. Things start off well with a lively run through "I Would Do Anything for You," featuring the leader's matchless violin and Stewart's trademarked bowing while singing in unison an octave above. Most of the rest of the numbers are also songs that both men likely played countless times during their respective long careers; there are no disappointments. Grappelli plays solo piano on two originals, "Sysmo" and "Flonville," while "Sweet and Lovely" was added from a different date, with Roland Hanna, Bucky Pizzarelli, George Duvivier, and Oliver Jackson taking over for the earlier rhythm section. Recommended.


Tracks:
    1 I Would Do Anything for You
    2 Deed I Do
    3 You're the Cream In My Coffee
    4 It's Only a Paper Moon
    5 Autumn In New York
    6 You're Driving Me Crazy
    7 It Had to Be You
    8 Sysmo
    9 As Time Goes By
    10 I'll Never Be the Same
    11 My Blue Heaven
    12 Flonville

Release Date: March 25, 1975
Duration: 51:12
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Continental Jazz, Swing, Guitar Jazz,Jazz Instrument
Recording Date: March 25, 1975













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