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The Ralph Sharon Trio (Remastered 2014)

Ralph Sharon Trio

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1.1
They Can't Take That Away from Me
Ralph Sharon Trio
6:00
1.2
Steeplechase
Ralph Sharon Trio
2:53
1.3
Angel Eyes, Sunshine of Your Love
Ralph Sharon Trio
4:20
1.4
Ziegfeld Girl
Ralph Sharon Trio
2:25
1.5
Bluz for Suz
Ralph Sharon Trio
3:11
1.6
Don't Be That Way
Ralph Sharon Trio
3:55
1.7
Give Me the Simple Life
Ralph Sharon Trio
3:14
1.8
I Didn't Know What Time It Was
Ralph Sharon Trio
6:28
1.9
I'm Glad There Is You
Ralph Sharon Trio
2:54
1.10
I'm Beginning to See the Light
Ralph Sharon Trio
4:22
Total Playing Time    39:42
Jazz pianist Ralph Sharon began a five decade relationship in 1958 with Tony Bennett both in the studio and on the road. Sharon has an impressive catalogue of releases on his own, recorded both prior to and during his association with Bennett. This 1956 album features his trio's recordings of jazz standards from Charlie Parker, Benny Goodman and Duke Ellington alongside music from Gershwin and Richard Rodgers.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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