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Re: November Piano Bar [Re: Pianist685] #2778896
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IOSPlayer – Lush Life Thanks for posting this wonderful rendition of a tune by this great American composer who worked together with Duke Ellington (I knew him from the composition “Take the “A” train”). I had not heard “Lush Life” before, only recently heard a pop song with the same title from a girl named Zara Larsson - what a difference! I rather prefer Strayhorn, well, the girl is much on looks...

Beemer So you were just sight reading those pieces? That makes your playing even more impressive.

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Re: November Piano Bar [Re: Pianist685] #2778901
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Thanks, Pianist685. The definitive rendition is by Johnny Hartman and John Coltrane. Search YouTube. You will love it!


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Ladypayne - nice to see you back in the bar, dont know this one but a nice change of pace , good arrangement and playing.

Beemer - a feast of wonderful everlasting tunes although I didn't know Lonely. Acker said Stranger on the Shore was his old age pension, I bet it was :-)
Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square is one of my favourites which I play through often. Great stuff and excellent sight reading.

IosPlayer - great conception and substitutions/voicings on Lush Life, the music/improvisation has a wonderful flow and maintains interest right through to the end ( no mean feat) The piano sounds wonderful, you can really feel the depth of tone in that steinway.

Handyman - Thanks for the Harry James link, Harry's sound is amazing on this, he really was one of the all time greats. I also rather like June Christie's version with Stan Kenton, also on YouTube.

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Thanks for the kind words, jazztpt. You must know this Coltrane Johnny Hartman rendition... but others should have a listen. Pure bliss!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0izjSUqCcSQ


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Originally Posted by IosPlayer
You must know this Coltrane Johnny Hartman rendition... but others should have a listen. Pure bliss!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0izjSUqCcSQ


Indeed and most of the album seems to be available on YouTube along with quiet a bit of his other recorded material which I hadn't heard before.

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Originally Posted by jazztpt

Handyman - Thanks for the Harry James link, Harry's sound is amazing on this, he really was one of the all time greats. I also rather like June Christie's version with Stan Kenton, also on YouTube.



jazztpt - checked out the Christie/Kenton version - good stuff! Haven't heard her "smokey" voice in a "long, long time" - my brother and I had her LP "The Misty Miss Christy" years ago that we wore out...

There were so many good girl singers in the Big Band/Swing Era - Helen Forest is considered by some to have been a slight cut above most - her's is an easy voice to listen to - she was the only one who sang with the 3 "Big" Big Bands: Artie Shaw, Benny Goodman and Harry James (whom she had an affair with and loved dearly, even thru 3 marriages with other men - end of salacious gossip! smile )


"Difficulties deferred and challenges unmet will eventually return with a vengeance to bite one in the butt." (paraphrasing Chopin)
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What is this piano bar about? smile

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Drinkin' Smokin' Cussin' and findin' beautiful women.


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Re: November Piano Bar [Re: Pianist685] #2779426
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Ladypayne, a lively rendition of a timely folk song, well done.

Beemer, kudos for making up for lost time. Good songs all, though I was previously unfamiliar with all but Nightingale and Lili Marlene. Well done.

Iosplayer, a beautiful and sophisticated version of a beautiful and sophisticated song. Doesn't get any better. Here is my much simpler version, which I transposed to a friendlier key to make it easier to deal with. Didn't help much!

Lush Life

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Hi Riddler, thanks for the praise. It seems like your file was removed from Box. I would like to listen. Mike


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Riddler - Ed great version (surely one of your best ) and yes, different from Mike's which is why I love jazz so much :-)

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Originally Posted by IosPlayer
Hi Riddler, thanks for the praise. It seems like your file was removed from Box. I would like to listen. Mike


I uploaded it to SoundCloud. Hope this works.

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That worked, Riddler. I liked it. Nothing extra. A great way to play,


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Hope no one minds me posting again this month. I have been reviewing some old files and this is one from a couple of years ago which I submitted to the quarterly recital. At the time it was somewhat of a breakthrough for me as I managed to let loose and improvise without being inhibited by the red dot, as a result I named the tune Let Loose smile. Actually there is very little tune, its just a framework to play jazz on.


Let Loose

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Really good Jazztpt. Wish you were still playing horn to jiz over it. If you had recorded in midi you could print out the score. So many possibilities.


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My arrangement of Stella by Starlight. Still a bit of a work in progress.

https://app.box.com/s/nwy26knb0ab29u77thx2g4870bnx5tle


I will see if I can comment on all the submissions. There seem to be so many this month.

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Riddler - lovely rendition of Lush Life. A wonderful tune with which to start my Sunday morning. An added bonus is the picture of you on Soundcloud! Nice to put a face with the name.


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Jazztpt - very interesting and complex rhythms and phrasing. This one woke me up! Short but very cool.


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RootSeventHird - nicely played. I was disappointed when it ended so suddenly. Your performance deserves a repeat or two.


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Originally Posted by BillM
Riddler - lovely rendition of Lush Life. A wonderful tune with which to start my Sunday morning. An added bonus is the picture of you on Soundcloud! Nice to put a face with the name.


I agree - both about "Lush Life" and the face!


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Originally Posted by IosPlayer
Drinkin' Smokin' Cussin' and findin' beautiful women.


Sounds a lot like my hunting camp in the wilds of northern PA...


"Difficulties deferred and challenges unmet will eventually return with a vengeance to bite one in the butt." (paraphrasing Chopin)
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Thank's BillM!

You had a nice version of All of Me. I use to like to play this song myself when I was a young teenager. It's a classic jazz standard that I think is fun to play.





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RootSeventHird - nicely played. I was disappointed when it ended so suddenly. Your performance deserves a repeat or two.

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Excellent -- another fresh round of submissions!

IosPlayer -- I very much enjoyed your rendition of "Lush Life" -- for me, I thought I heard the influence of Tristano quite distinctly here. I don't know a great deal about Lennie Tristano, but he was in general regarded as a superb teacher of Jazz, and what little I heard of him tells me he was a Jazz practitioner who believed in incorporating many elements of 20th Century Classical compositional techniques into the Jazz language. In that sense, I regard him as a precursor to Keith Jarrett's approach, although Jarrett of course became far better known. Your "Lush Life", as an example, tends to be punctuated with side comments of high intensity -- sharp dynamic contrasts; exploration of ranges both high and low; occasional pungent dissonances; deliberate disturbances of the rhythmic flow at various junctures -- all of which I thought enhanced the experience, and never detracted, at least for me. Very satisfying -- thanks for sharing it!

Riddler -- Well, for me, a straightforward cover of Strayhorn's Standard really works very well indeed -- I can't of another Standard that is so harmonically complex and arises from the language of Jazz so organically. For me, Harold Arlen is only other one I think of who provided many American Popular Standards directly out of Jazz/Blues language. In your hands, the really quite complicated progressions sounded unforced and natural, and that very much to your credit!

jazztpt -- Well, I thought your improv had enough internal structure to keep it focused for the bulk of its 3 minute length -- I was getting a little sense of desperation in the last 20 sec or so, but you ended it with grace and aplomb. And your sense of invention is, as always, fluent, lyrical, rhythmically charged without being overpowering -- wonderful to listen to, in brief.

RootSeventHird -- A very straightforward cover of "Stella by Starlight" -- the bulk of Jazzers just love the chordal progressions of this Standard, and this aspect you underlined very sensitively. Thanks for sharing it!

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Tim, That is so kind of you to take the time to give such a thoughtful response. Lennie was all you describe as well as being a colorful fellow. He once got into an altercation with the often argumentative Charles Mingus. Mingus wanted to resort to violence. Lennie agreed, on one condition, that all the lights be turned out. Lennie was blind. It is heartening to hear your positive remarks as recently I have been under fire for my lack of talent and ability. Though pretty confident, it is always welcome to get some reassurance from outside my own skull. Thanks.


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Pianist685 Nice version of Smile. I didn't realize the original was like this. It made me listen to the original Charlie Chaplin orchestral version. It is so nice! It seems reminiscent of Victor Young's orchestral style.

jazztpt Island and The Causeway are such nice compositions and very well played. Your music really is an inspiration.


Tim Adrianson Really nice/accomplished playing. I especially liked the Marian McPartland. I use to love listening to her piano jazz radio program. She is probably one of the biggest influences in jazz piano.

Handyman Nice version of I'll be seeing you. It seems to use a rhythm pattern I mostly use. I learned it when I was an early teen and I still use it to this day smile

I will see if I can comment on the rest shortly smile

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Riddler Nice version of Bewitched. I know coming up with convincing intros can be very hard. I think you did a great job! I also play this song.

You did an amazing version of Lush Life. I like playing jazz standards this way myself. At least I try smile


IosPlayer Extraordinary recordings of Lush Life and my one and only. I especially enjoyed your version Lush Life. Beautiful improvisations and playing. It is very accomplished. I can hear the Lennie Tristano influence. I also like playing these songs, but of course not nearly at the same level.

Beemer Nice playing! I have an uncle who likes playing the same way. He has the largest collection of popular sheet music (Readers Digest and others) that I have ever seen. It can be a lot of fun to just flip through those books and play a few songs.

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RootSeven, great rendition of Stella. Makes me wonder why I never played it. These standards offer such great opportunity for expression. How did folks ever create them. A gift of the muse.
I could feel the breath in your playing. I yearned for more space, but I wasn't the one playing!
Thanks for that. I will PM you,


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Thanks IosPlayer!

Your feedback means a lot to me. Appreciate the time you took to listen.

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RootSeven, great rendition of Stella. Makes me wonder why I never played it. These standards offer such great opportunity for expression. How did folks ever create them. A gift of the muse.
I could feel the breath in your playing. I yearned for more space, but I wasn't the one playing!
Thanks for that. I will PM you,

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ladypayne great version of this land. It sounded like you were having a lot of fun at the piano.


jazztpt Congrats on let loose. It must feel amazing to be able to improvise like this. Your voicings and lines are really amazing. It's so nice.

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I have enjoyed listening to the recent jazz pieces, but this is not a genre I have much experience either listening or playing. However I thought it an opportune time to dive in and get my feet wet. The biggest problem is that I don't know the blues and jazz pieces I have chosen from my book library so the tempo may not be appropriate. I am reluctant to listen to them online as I'm sure that the no doubt good performances would put me off posting. So here they are and I look forward to your comments: (Sorry the recording level on some might be a little too low)

Do you Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans

Deep Henderson

The midnight Sun will never Set

All about Ronnie

The Five Pennies

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