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Easy Street

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Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
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Mary Lou
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Easy Street
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Clarinet Marmalade
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June Night
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When I Grow Too Old to Dream
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Wolverine Blues
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Tea for Two
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A Hundred Years From Today
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Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gave to Me
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Handful of Keys
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T'ain't So Honey T'ain't So
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China Boy
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 66:57

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During a 1991 tour of Australia, the great stride pianist Ralph Sutton teamed up with the talented cornetist Bob Barnard and drummer Len Barnard. There are a pair of duets apiece by Sutton with just one Barnard at a time and the pianist takes Fats Waller’s “Handful of Keys” unaccompanied in addition to performing eight trio numbers. Sutton mixes together obscurities (such as J. Russell Robinson’s “Mary Lou” and “June Night”) and more familiar but superior numbers such as “Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone,” “Wolverine Blues” and “China Boy.” Bob Barnard sounds in particularly inspired form, making this a delightful set that classic jazz fans will certainly enjoy. – Scott Yanow

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