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Explorations is an album by jazz pianist Bill Evans that was originally released on Riverside label in 1961. The album won the Billboard Jazz Critics Best Piano LP poll for 1961. Explorations was the second album Evans recorded with his trio of Scott LaFaro on bass and Paul Motian on drums.
Download the album or mp3, watch videos Teddy Sommer. All video clips of all the songs are here. Also known as Somer, Sommer, Ted Somers, Ted Sommer, Ted Sommers, Ted Summer, Teddy Somer, Teddy Sommers, Teo Sommer. Cole Porter In Pleasing Percussion.
Ted Sommer and Bill Lavorgna – Cole Porter in Pleasing Percussion. An added bonus is the promise of organ on the cover. A bit on the pricey end, but this is the way things are post-2017. Pretty good light jazz interpretations of popular Porter songs. Nice little organ parts as well as good percussion breaks. This album is a pretty good collection of tunes and does put a highlight on the percussion end which some percussion albums oddly fail to do. A lot of good moments here. For a sample, I decided to go with In A Persian Market which features Severinsen’s trumpet.
Big Band Reflections of Cole Porter. Big Band Reflections of Cole Porter is the first studio album by the Jazz Orchestra of the Delta and features trumpeter Marvin Stamm and vocalist Sandra Dudley, this was released in June 2003 on the Summit Records jazz label.
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The collection is organized chronologically by the songs' composition, even though the recordings employed range from the '30s to the '80s. Nor is there any perceptible development in Porter's work that would be revealed by the chronological organization. On the other hand, it is often jarring to hear recordings made decades apart juxtaposed against each other, as scratchy, monophonic '30s tracks are followed by clean stereo ones from the '50s and '60s.