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My Mother's Father's Song

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Ron Davis

Label: Minerva Road / Davinor Records
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

Viva la Vida; The Climb; Sergei's Shuffle; Danza Daniela; La Mer; My Shining Hour; Tumba Ron Rumba; Bal u Grubego Joska (bass lament); Bal u Grubego Joska; Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight; For Once in My Life; You Needed Me; Bal u Grubego Joska (piano lament).

Personnel

Ron Davis
Ron Davis

piano

Additional Personnel / Information

Ron Davis: piano; Mike Downes: bass; Ted Warren: drums.

Album Description

"Ron Davis…very well may be the most gifted pianist in Canada." A brilliant adventure. On his latest recording, My Mother’s Father’s Song, Ron Davis embraces both his family’s rich cultural heritage, and boldly re-engages with the jazz standard.


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