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Sweet Lorraine - Art Tatum - The Complete Capitol Recordings Of Art Tatum (CD)

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  1. The Complete Capitol Recordings of Art Tatum, a Compilation of songs by Art Tatum. Released in on Capitol Jazz (catalog no. CDP ; CD).
  2. Same tracklist as Art Tatum - The Complete Capitol Recordings Of Art Tatum except there's no interview track and the order on D side is different. Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode (Text): 0 5/5(2).
  3. haggtratcastheochenspuntyrupopovensea.xyzinfo All of Art Tatum's solo recordings are spectacular, and the 20 tunes he recorded for Capitol in are no exception. Each piece is subjected to Tatum's unique powers, with sudden rhythmic shifts, florid embellishments of the original melody, and cascading arpeggios that reach for, and achieve, new harmonic possibilities/5(15).
  4. 8. Art Tatum - Sweet Lorraine 9. Art Tatum - Somebody Loves Me Art Tatum - Don't Blame Me Art Tatum - My Heart Stood Still (Digitally Remastered 97) Art Tatum - You Took Advantage Of Me (Digitally Remastered 97) Art Tatum - I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues (Digitally Remastered 97) Art Tatum - How High The Moon
  5. Pianist Art Tatum recorded commercially from until near his death. He recorded nearly titles, if airchecks and informal, private recordings are included. He recorded for Brunswick (), Decca (–41), Capitol (, ) and for the labels associated with Norman Granz (–56).. Discography. Art Tatum Piano Impressions, (ARA, Boris Morros Music Company, c. ).
  6. Tatum recorded 20 piano solos in and eight selections with his trio (which included guitarist Everett Barksdale and bassist Slam Stewart) for Capitol. Ten solos and four trios are included on each of the two CDs in this "complete" series; he can be heard here at the height of his powers.
  7. Wow, is this ever a brilliant 2 cd set! 29 tracks, 19 of them solo, 9 are with Everett Barksdale on guitar, and the "Singing Bass" of Slam Stewart. Also, track 15 on cd 1, is a promotional interview with Art Tatum and Paul Weston. The album has been remastered using 20 Reviews:

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