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Liza - Art Tatum - the art of tatum (CD, Album)


  1. Dougore says:
    Title on spine: Memories of Art Tatum Vol. 2 Title on rear sleeve: Memories of Art Tatum Piano Discoveries - Second of the Two Volumes Title on labels: Memories of Art Tatum Second of Two Volumes Sleeve: Ultraphonic high fidelity Ember Records (International) Limited Made in England Labels: Made in England Recording first published A1, B1.
  2. Arashizragore says:
    Art Tatum At The Piano Volume One ‎ (CD, Album, Comp) GNP Crescendo: GNDP US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review. askkendryden December 5, Report; According to the book Art Tatum: A Guide to HIs Recorded Music, these are previously issued studio performances with overdubbed applause. When I owned this.
  3. Sagore says:
    With Art Tatum on piano, the first Trio formed in with guitarist Tiny Grimes and bassist Slam gardanakalenfefyn.xyzinfogh recordings with the Trio were popular, he abandoned the Trio that same year. It would be years later in when he formed the second Trio, this time with guitarist Everett Barksdale, and began recording again in
  4. Gor says:
    The second CD in Classics' Art Tatum series features the remarkable pianist as a soloist for many gems recorded for Decca and with a sextet on four numbers. Although alternate takes are bypassed, making the Decca CDs preferable, the set is overflowing with classics.9/
  5. Samucage says:
    Sep 21,  · Song Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away) - Take D; Artist Art Tatum; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Geffen*); CMRRA, EMI Music Publishing, PEDL, SOLAR Music Rights Management, UNIAO.
  6. Voodoozahn says:
    Discography. Art Tatum Piano Impressesions, ARA A-1, date unknown cs; Art Tatum Piano Solos, Asch , c; Footnotes to Jazz, Vol. 2: Jazz Rehearsal, II- Art Tatum Trio, Folkways Records, ; Makin' Whoopee, Verve, ; The Greatest Piano Hits of Them All, Verve, ; Genius Of Keyboard –56, Giants Of Jazz; Still More of the Greatest Piano Hits of Them All, Verve,
  7. Akile says:
    This album by pianist Art Tatum and tenor saxophonist Ben Webster (assisted by bassist Red Calendar and Bill Douglass on drums) is often called one of the milestones in recorded Jazz history. This CD reissue presents the album in it's entirety and adds bonus solo piano tracks from Tatum. Essential Jazz. /5(26).
  8. Dougore says:
    Piano – Art Tatum; Producer – Frank Driggs; Notes This is the original two-eyed "electronically simulated" stereo issue from The original studio and concert recordings were made in mono. Art Tatum: Piano Starts Here ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Columbia, Columbia: COL 2, 2: Europe: Sell This Version.

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