Piano Starts Here
Download links and information about Piano Starts Here by Art Tatum. This album was released in 1968 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 35:36 minutes.
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|1.||Tea For Two||3:13|
|2.||St. Louis Blues||2:35|
|5.||How High The Moon (Live)||2:23|
|7.||Someone To Watch Over Me||3:26|
|9.||I Know That You Know (Live)||2:32|
|10.||Willow Weep For Me (Live)||3:13|
|11.||Tatum Pole Boogie (Live)||2:22|
|12.||The Kerry Dance (Live)||1:04|
|13.||The Man I Love (Live)||2:08|
There are many Art Tatum records available, but this is the one to pull out to amaze friends, particularly with Tatum's wondrous version of "Tiger Rag," during which he sounds like three pianists jamming together. This CD consists of Tatum's first studio session as a leader (which resulted in "Tea for Two," "St. Louis Blues," "Tiger Rag," and "Sophisticated Lady") and a remarkable solo concert performance from the spring of 1949. While "Tiger Rag" dwarfs everything else, the live set is highlighted by a very adventurous, yet seemingly effortless exploration of "Yesterdays," a ridiculously rapid "I Know That You Know," and the hard-cooking "Tatum Pole Boogie." This is an essential set of miraculous music that cannot be praised highly enough.