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Viewing and Listening for Week 5
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Here are some suggestions for tracks covered this week :-

Someday My Prince Will Come

Bill Evans Live (1979)

Sadao Watanabe (alto), Chick Corea (piano), Hiromi Uehara (piano), Austin Peralta (piano) and The Great Jazz Trio (2007)

Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock (played in 4) (1974)

Try searching Spotify or YouTube for Keith Jarrett Trio “Still Live” (1986)

“What’s New” (2009)
Ray d’Inverno (piano),
Ben Taylor (bass),
Lee Miller (drums)
(see Step 4.19)

All Blues

“Kind of Blue” (1959)
Miles Davis (trumpet),
Cannonball Adderley (alto),
John Coltrane (tenor),
Bill Evans (piano),
Paul Chambers (bass),
Jimmy Cobb (drums)

“Blue Of A Kind: A ‘Kind Of Blue’ Tribute” (2001)
Andy Urquhart (trumpet),
Tony Woods (alto),
Tony Roberts (tenor),
Ray d’Inverno (piano),
Rick Foot (bass),
Sam Brown (drums)
(see Step 4.20)

It’s A Raggy Waltz

“Time Further Out” (1961)
Dave Brubeck (piano),
Paul Desmond (alto),
Eugene Wright (bass),
Joe Morello (drums)

Ray d’Inverno (piano),
Ben Taylor (bass)
Recording Studio blow (2012)
(see Step 4.21)

Everybody’s Song But My Own

“Like Song, Like Weather” (1998)
Norma Winstone (vocals),
John Taylor (piano)

St George’s, Bristol (2006)
John Taylor (piano),
Palle Danielson (bass),
Martin France (drums)

“Tina May and Stan Sulzmann In Concert With The Ray d’Inverno Trio” (2006)
Stan Sulzmann (tenor),
Ray d’Inverno (piano),
Andy Cleyndert (bass),
Winston Clifford (drums)
(see Step 4.22)

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