Unicycle Man

Unicycle Man by Ted Piltzecker
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Ted Piltzecker

Label: Equilibrium
Released: 1993
Duration: 54:15
Views: 585

Track Listing

1 .Buffalo Dance 2. Thea 3. Tango for An Elegant Man 4. Unicycle Man 5. Ouray 6. Conundrum 7. Take a Moment 8. There Is No Greater Love 9. Hometown


Personnel

Ted Piltzecker
vibraphone

Additional Personnel / Information

Ted Piltzecker, vibraphone Bob Mintzer, saxophone James Williams, piano Dave Meade, drums Harvie Swartz, bass

Album Description

“A lyrical, thoughtful, relaxing meeting of mutually appreciative improvisers whose time is timeless”- NAT HENTOFF “Since vibraphone is not all that common an instrument, it’s not often I get to hear a new CD from a vibist. And, even more of a rarity is when it is a collection as enjoyable as Ted Piltzecker’s UNICYCLE MAN. Great tunes and great playing by a truly all-star line-up. This made my afternoon.” – GARY BURTON


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