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Swing Me No Waltzes

Roland Hanna

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1
I Hear You Knockin' but You Can't Come In - Blues
Roland Hanna
6:10
2
Some Kind of Folk Song
Roland Hanna
1:58
3
A Little Sweetnin' for Sweden
Roland Hanna
3:39
4
Free Spirit-Free Style
Roland Hanna
4:36
5
Everything but You
Roland Hanna
4:19
6
Swing Me No Waltzes
Roland Hanna
4:04
7
Lullabye for Cedric
Roland Hanna
4:21
8
Anticipation
Roland Hanna
4:34
9
Roses Not Mums
Roland Hanna
7:09
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    40:50
Roland Hanna, one of the most flexible pianists of any generation, is heard to the greatest advantage in the most basic of musical situations: unaccompanied. Except for Duke Ellington’s Everything but You, all the tunes in this album are Roland Hanna originals, and the fact that he is a composer of considerable talent is only the icing on an already delicious cake.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 11.2896 MHz, 2.8224 MHz, 5.6448 MHz DSD – 2xHD - Storyville Records Studio Masters

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