℗ 2014 Bethlehem Records

Dual Piano Jazz (Remastered 2014)

Dave McKenna, Hall Overton

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Total Playing Time    31:00
"... McKenna plays like he has three hands ... it sounds complicated. It is complicated. But like all great artists, McKenna makes what he does sound simple. And, not incidentally, he swings harder than any piano player I've ever heard." - Keyboard This album brings together two great American jazz pianists, Dave McKenna and Hall Overton, for a one-off session of piano jazz, released in 1960. Swing pianist McKenna was famous for his powerful left hand approach that often seemed to eliminate the need for a bass player. Overton worked in both classical and jazz as both a composer and pianist, recording with such jazz greats as Stan Getz and Jimmy Raney. He is perhaps best known for his orchestrations of Thelonius Monk's piano solos.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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