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Art Tatum – 1944 Trio [Giants of Jazz]

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Art Tatum – 1944 Trio [Giants of Jazz]

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1. I Got Rhythm    
2. Cocktails for Two    
3. I Ain’t Got Nobody    
4. After You’ve Gone    
5. Moonglow    
6. Deep Purple    
7. (I Would Do) Anything for You    
8. Liza (All the Clouds’ll Roll Away)		play 
9. Tea for Two    						play
10. Honeysuckle Rose    
11. Man I Love    
12. I Know That You Know    
13. On the Sunny Side of the Street    
14. Flying Home    
15. Dark Eyes    
16. Body and Soul    
17. Topsy
18. If I Had You    
19. Soft Winds    
20. Boogie

Musicians:
Art Tatum - Piano
Tiny Grimes - Guitar
Slam Stewart – Bass

 

Here's a superb segment of the Art Tatum story, beginning with ten trio sides featuring guitarist Tiny Grimes and bowing, singing bassist Slam Stewart. Six marvelous selections recorded May 1, 1944, were subsequently issued on the Comet label. Each of these performances appeared on 12" 78-rpm records, allowing for well over four minutes of playing time. Weeks later -- on the summer solstice -- this inventive little group waxed four additional 12" sides for an independent recording company owned and operated by Moses Asch. As if obeying some cosmic rule of thumb, Tatum returned by himself to the Asch studios on the winter solstice to record six dazzling solos of incredible substance and depth. Vintage Tatum, beautifully played and intelligently presented. --- arwulf arwulf, AMG

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