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Live In Japan

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Disc 1 of 2
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Aurora Giapponese
Artist: Joey Baron
1:50
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Impronippo
Artist: Joey Baron
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How Can You Not?
Artist: Joey Baron
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If Only For A Time
Artist: Joey Baron
6:23
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Mio Caro Dottor Grasler
Artist: Joey Baron
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Musashi
Artist: Joey Baron
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Improleaves
Artist: Joey Baron
15:22
 
Disc 2 of 2
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Winter Moon
Artist: Joey Baron
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Broken Time
Artist: Joey Baron
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Tokyo Reflections
Artist: Joey Baron
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Nuovo Cinema Paradiso
Artist: Joey Baron
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Ninfa Plebea
Artist: Joey Baron
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When I Think Of You
Artist: Joey Baron
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Improminor
Artist: Joey Baron
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 111:11

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Enrico Pieranunzi has long been recognized as one of the best European jazz pianists. This two-CD set with bassist Marc Johnson and drummer Joey Baron, not actually a regular trio but one whose members have worked together on a number of occasions over two decades, was recorded during a concert tour of Japan in the spring of 2004, with selections taken from a number of different venues. Three engaging extended trio improvisations upon familiar standards are the highlight of this collection, though the pianist’s delicious jazz waltz “How Can You Not?” and moody ballad “If Only for a Time” leave lasting impressions. The trio also explores four originals by noted Italian film composer Ennio Morricone, highlighted by the dramatic interpretation of “Musashi,” in which the pianist’s lyricism is complemented by Johnson and Baron’s sensitive accompaniment. The spirit of Bill Evans is often present in Enrico Pieranunzi’s playing throughout this collection, though it never takes over his musical persona. Highly recommended. – Ken Dryden

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