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Conversations with Jason

Conversations with Jason by Jason Keiser buy album

Jason Keiser

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Duration: 36:49
Views: 130

Track Listing

Swing 51, Like Someone in Love, In A Sentimental Mood, Honeysuckle Rose, Softly As In A Morning Sunrise, Up Jumped Spring, Sandu

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Jason Keiser: Guitar Jason Day: Piano

Album Description

The duo work of professional guitarist Jason Keiser (guitar) & professional jazz pianist Jason Day brings the listener back to the classic guitar piano duet recordings reminiscent of Jim Hall & Bill Evans "Undercurrent", while nodding to the modern recording "Jazz at the Bistro" by Russell Malone & Benny Green and more! Keiser & Day intertwine guitar and piano painting a modern picture with the Great American Songbook repertoire as their medium of expression. Jason Keiser arranged and brings to light the spacegrass classic "Swing 51" by Tony Rice which has only ever been heard as an acoustic piece by the David Grisman Quintet and The Tony Rice Unit. This special collaboration was recorded and released December 12th, 2017 in Johnson City, Tennessee.


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