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Live In Marciac, August 5th 2014

Ahmad Jamal

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1
Sunday Afternoon
Ahmad Jamal
11:59
2
The Shout
Ahmad Jamal
5:03
3
Dynamo
Ahmad Jamal
8:10
4
The Gypsy
Ahmad Jamal
5:38
5
Strollin'
Ahmad Jamal
6:25
6
Silver
Ahmad Jamal
8:07
7
All Of You
Ahmad Jamal
5:25
8
Morning Mist
Ahmad Jamal
9:18
9
Blue Moon
Ahmad Jamal
9:35
10
Autumn Rain
Ahmad Jamal
12:36
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Total Playing Time    1:22:16
This stunning live recording of Ahmad Jamal in Marciac on August 5, 2014, captures a delightful set that weaves through gorgeous originals and loving interpretations of American songbook classics, with special homages to Cole Porter and Horace Silver. Jamal's improvisations and mindbending syncopations are highlighted by his all-star band comprised of Reginald Veal (bass), Herlin Riley (drums) and Manolo Badrena (percussion).
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ACM Productions – Jazzbook Records Studio Masters

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