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  1. Oct 02,  · This portion of the Art Tatum chronology consists entirely of piano solos. Eight sides recorded for the ARA label in May of demonstrate Tatum's amazing technique and ever-expanding repertoire. From until his early passing in , the pianist would gradually expand his use of wild runs, glissandos, and arpeggios.
  2. The Chronological Classics: Art Tatum ~ Release by Art Tatum (see all versions of this release, 1 available).
  3. Art Tatum was heralded as being among the very best jazz pianists for much of his career, though his rapid-fire runs at the keyboard intimidated all but the very best musicians to some degree. As a result, there were long stretches when he wasn't recorded all that much, until Norman Granz hired him for marathon solo and small group dates during the last few years of .
  4. Art Tatum ‎– Piano Starts Here Tatum Pole Boogie: B5: The Kerry Dance: B6: The Man I Love: Credits Piano – Art Tatum; Producer Piano Starts Here ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Columbia, Columbia: COL 2, 2: Europe:
  5. Tatum, Art - Memories of You - glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello.
  6. Jazz album: “Piano Starts Here: Live at the Shrine” by Art Tatum, released in on Zenph Studios. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
  7. This portion of the Art Tatum chronology consists entirely of piano solos. Eight sides recorded for the ARA label in May of demonstrate Tatum's amazing technique and ever-expanding repertoire. From until his early passing in , the pianist would gradually expand his use of wild runs, glissandos, and arpeggios.8/
  8. Most of the Tatum recordings are of terrible technical quality. This one, while arguably a RE-production, is nothing short of wonderful!!! The disc also has a set of binaural recordings of all 13 tracks that give the listener Art Tatum's perspective from in front of the keyboard. THAT is quiet stunning on all my headphone sets.

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