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85 Candles: Live in New York

85 Candles: Live in New York by Marian McPartland buy album

Marian McPartland

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2005
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Track Listing

Disc 1: I Love You; The Nearness of You; Tangerine; Last Night When We Were Young; Twilight World; I Can't Believe that You're in Love With Me; Free Piece; Old Friend; Have You Met Miss Jones?; Take the 'A' Train; Summertime; Disc 2: All Blues; My Foolish Heart; But Not For Me; Memories of You; Yesterdays; While We're Young; I've Told Every Little Star; Capricious; What Am I Here For?; Onyx Mood/Soft Lights & Sweet Music/Kaleidoscope; Lester Leaps In.

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Marian McPartland- piano; Norah Jones, Karrin Allyson, Curtis Stigers, Jackie Cain, Nnenna Freelon- vocal; Barbara Carroll- vocal, piano; George Wein, Bill Charlap, Jason Moran, James Williams, Dr. Billy Taylor- piano; Gary Mazzaroppi, Bill Crow- bass; Glenn Davis- drums; Jon Faddis, Dave Douglas- trumpet; Clark Terry, Roy Hargrove- flugelhorn; Phil Woods- alto saxophone; Ravi Coltrane, Chris Potter, Loren Schoenberg- tenor saxophone; Regina Carter- violin; Jim Hall, Jackie King- guitar.


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