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Michael Le Van Trio - A Different Shade Of Blue (2015)

31-03-2015, 18:53
Music | Jazz

Michael Le Van Trio - A Different Shade Of Blue (2015)

Artist: Michael Le Van Trio
Title Of Album: A Different Shade Of Blue
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz: Piano
Label: Shade of Blue Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 62:24
Total Size: 146 MB
Covers: Front

01. Do You Know What I Mean (6:08)
02. A Different Shade Of Blue (4:19)
03. In Our Home (7:09)
04. Fantasia In G Minor (6:15)
05. A Time To Remember (6:31)
06. Remember That (6:16)
07. Tuesday Night With Shirley (5:12)
08. Blue Nocturne (8:13)
09. Waltz For Kevin (6:35)
10. A Beautiful Moment (5:41)

Michael Le Van's Biography:
Michael Le Van began his lifetime pursuit of music at nine years old. Classically trained, he graduated from California State University, Fullerton, California with a Bachelor’s Degree in Piano Performance, as well as a Bachelor's Degree in Composition. There he studied with master teacher Earl Voorhies, himself a pupil of Alexander Siloti, one of Liszt's favorite students.

As a jazz pianist, he studied for some time with Buddy Motsinger. Largely self taught, he learned much through numerous collaborations and by listening intently to the masters. His most notable influences include Bill Evans, Keith Jarrett, Sonny Clark, McCoy Tyner and Herbie Hancock.

He has performed extensively in both classical and jazz venues and with musicians such as Barbara Morrison, David Enos, John Ferraro, Putter Smith, Kevin Tullius, Ramon Banda, Tim Pleasant, Jeff Littleton, Peter Buck, Chuck Manning, Bruce Lett, Luther Hughes, Kendall Kaye, Dustin Haner, Jotty Johnson, and Isla Eckinjer.

His trio has played to the acclaim of music critics and record reviewers, who have written widely about Michael's uniquely lyrical and harmonically subtle style.

David Enos' Biography:
David Enos has established himself as one of today's premiere bassists. Raised in the San Francisco bay area, he began playing bass at fifteen. His credits are extensive. Equally accomplished on both acoustic and electric basses, David is not only in demand as a live performer, but also as a session player. He toured with Arturo Sandoval for seven years and has also played with Stan Getz, David Benoit and Sergio Mendez, to name but a few.

John Ferraro's Biography:
John Ferraro was born in Waterbury, Connecticut to musical parents and has been playing drums since he was five. He has worked with Larry Carlton, Stan Getz, George Benson, Linda Ronstadt, Burt Bacharach, David Benoit, Steve Morse, Vikki Carr, Randi Crawford, Robben Ford, Keiko & Kazu Matsui, Barry Manilow, and Eddie Van Halen, among many others. John is a much sought after recording musician. His credits include Rod Stewart’s "Standards" album and David Benoit's "Jump Start", to name only a few.

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