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Michel & Tony Petrucciani - Conversation (1992) Flac

18-04-2016, 20:06
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: Conversation (1992)
Year Of Release: 1992
Label: Dreyfus [FDM 36617-2]
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Post Bop
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue,log,scans)
Total Time: 65:20
Total Size: 318 MB(+3%)


01. Summertime
02. Sometime Ago
03. All The Things You Are
04. My Funny Valentine
05. Nuages
06. Nardis
07. Michel's Blues
08. Someday My Prince Will Come
09. Billie's Bounce
10. Satin Doll
Michel & Tony Petrucciani - Conversation (1992) Flac

personnel :

Guitar – Tony Petrucciani
Piano – Michel Petrucciani

Michel Petrucciani always excelled in front of a live audience, and this 1992 concert with his father Tony accompanying him on guitar is no exception, though it's a shame it wasn't released until 2001, some two years after the pianist's death. An adventurous exploration of "Summertime" serves as a strong opener, followed by the playful waltz "Sometime Ago." The complex introduction to "All the Things You Are" and well disguised path into "My Funny Valentine" are by themselves worth the price of the CD. Michel gets a bit heavy-handed during parts of "Someday My Prince Will Come," overwhelming his partner's soft chords. There are solo features, too: Tony Petrucciani tackles Django Reinhardt's lovely ballad "Nuages" with finesse; while Michel is no doubt inspired by Bill Evans' many recordings of Miles Davis' "Nardis," he finds his own path during a dramatic improvisation. The sign off by the duo includes a rapid-fire take of "Billie's Bounce" and a gently swinging version of "Satin Doll." Recommended.~Ken Dryden

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