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The Art Of Piano Duo - Live

The Art Of Piano Duo - Live by Kenny Barron buy album

Kenny Barron

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2019
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Disc 1-Stars Fell On Alabama; When Lights Are Low; Recordame; Intro By Mulgrew Miller; Song For Abdullah; Intro By Kenny Barron; It Never Entered My Mind; I Mean You; Blue Monk. Disc 2-It Could Happen To You; You Stepped Out Of A Dream; Intro By Kenny Barron; Never Let Me Go; Intro By Mulgrew Miller; Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most; I Mean You; Have You Met Miss Jones. Disc 3; Yardbird Suite; Intro By Kenny Barron; When Lights Are Low; The Very Thought Of You; I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good; Memories Of You; Joy Spring.

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Kenny Barron: piano; Mulgrew Miller: piano.


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