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I Remember You (Paris, 1977) (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson) [The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions]

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I Remember You
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Young No More
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You Took Advantage of Me
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Love Walked In
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Dat Dere
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I'll Be Around
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Let's Fall In Love
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Like Someone In Love
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Theme for Jobim
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It's The Talk of the Town
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I Remember You (Take 3)
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Young No More (Take 2)
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Love Walked In (Take 1)
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Like Someone In Love (Take 1)
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 73:34

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Hank Jones is in top form on this studio effort, consisting of a 1977 session with two veterans, bassist George Duvivier and drummer Oliver Jackson. The trio concentrates on less frequently heard standards, including a brisk “I Remember You,” while Duvivier’s walking bass sets up an exotic arrangement of “Young No More.” Jones detours into a bit of jaunty stride piano in “You Took Advantage of Me” and renders an especially heartfelt “I’ll Be Around.” Duvivier’s arco bass adds to the warmth of “Like Someone in Love,” and Jones incorporates a few flashy tremolos into a soulful take of Bobby Timmons’ memorable “Dat Dere.” Jones also finds new avenues to explore in “It’s the Talk of the Town” and Gerry Mulligan’s bossa nova tribute “Theme for Jobim,” both of which were omitted from the original LP. The 2002 reissue also adds four alternate takes not present on an earlier CD issued in 1987. – Ken Dryden

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