The real piano man

From : illtemperedclavier
Sent : 18 April 2006 17:10:48
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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.

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Anonymous said…
Anonymous 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.

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