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Shade and Light (Paris 1978) (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson) [The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions]

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The Lady's In Love With You (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson)
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Portrait of the Lion (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson)
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Drinkin' and Driving (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson)
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Prelude to a Kiss (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson)
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Yes Sir, Thats My Baby (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson)
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You Started Something (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson)
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When the Morning Glories Wake Up In the Morning (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson)
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Sleeping Bee (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson)
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The Lady's In Love With You (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson) [Take 1]
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Sleeping Bee (Take 1)
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 55:03

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Charles Farrell

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Since returning to active playing in 2005 after a career as a boxing manager, pianist Charles Farrell has released eleven CDs, played with Ornette Coleman, and

06.24.08
Jimmy Rowles, Shade and Light (Paris 1978) (feat. George Duvivier, Oliver Jackson) [The Definitive Black & Blue Sessions]
2010 | Label: Disques Black & Blue / Believe Digital

I downloaded the late Jimmy Rowles's Shade and Light so that I could hear something optimistic and clever. Rowles, that great wit of a pianist, never fails to cheer me. With his sly selection of material, unfailing ability to avoid cliché, and assiduous choice of bandmates — in this instance bassist George Duvivier and drummer Oliver Jackson — he guaranteed each album was a modest gem. One of jazz's best-ever vocal accompanists, Rowles brought to… read more »

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