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Viewing and Listening

Viewing and Listening for Week 3
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Here are some suggestions for tracks for Week 3 :-

1. In Your Own Sweet Way

Dave Brubeck Quartet
Newport Jazz Festival (1956)
Dave Brubeck (piano)
Paul Desmond (alto)
Norman Bates (bass)
Joe Dodge (drums)
Bill Evans Trio (1962)
RaiDue TV, Italy
Bill Evans (piano)
Chuck Israels (bass)
Paul Motian (drums)
Keith Jarrett Trio
Open Theatre East, Tokyo (1993)
Keith Jarrett (piano)
Gary Peacock (bass)
Jack DeJohnette (drums)
Try searching for John Taylor and Norma Winstone
Guildhall School Of Music, London (1988)
John Taylor (piano)
Norma Winstone (vocals)
Jim Mullen/Ray d’Inverno Quartet
“Keeping Up The Standards” (2013)
Jim Mullen (guitar)
Ray d’Inverno (piano)
Ben Taylor (bass)
Lee Miller (drums)
(see Step 3.16)

2. How Deep Is The Ocean

Bill Evans Trio
“Jazz 625” BBC2 TV
Bill Evans (piano)
Chuck Israels (bass)
Larry Bunker (drums)
Try searching Spotify or YouTube for Keith Jarrett Trio, “At The Blue Note – The Complete Recordings” (Disc 4) (ECM)
Keith Jarrett (piano)
Gary Peacock (bass)
Jack DeJohnette (drums)
Ray d’Inverno Trio
“Tina May and Stan Sulzmann with the Ray d’Inverno Trio” (2009)
Ray d’Inverno (piano)
Andy Cleyndert (bass)
Winston Clifford (drums)
(see Step 3.17)
Jason Rebello and Ray d’Inverno in concert
Wiltshire Music Centre, Bradford Upon Avon
Jason Rebello (piano)
Ray d’Inverno (piano)
(Tune introduced by Ray)
(see Step 3.18)

3. ‘Round Midnight

Michel Petrucciani
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