Tuesday, April 18, 2006

The real piano man

From : illtemperedclavier
Sent : 18 April 2006 17:10:48
To : overgrownpath@hotmail.co.uk
Subject : [On An Overgrown Path] 4/18/2006 05:10:37 PM

Many thanks for this wonderful post on Michel Petrucciani, which I missed the first time. Any and all writeups of great or neglected pianists are always welcome here. Bravo. I would love to see which classical pianists you feel never got as much appreciation as they should have.

Follow An Overgrown Path to The real 'Piano Man'


illtemperedclavier said...


bernard said...

Piano players, pianists.

I wouldn' dare to recommend an underestimated classic pianist. Just don' t know enough of those people.

In jazz :

- Hampton Hawes ( listen to " As long as there's music" with bass player Charlie HADEN.
- Don Pullen ( OK, member of variuous Mingus bands, however the things he did on his own & the cooperation with Georges Adams ( sax) : just wonderful.