Dave McKenna - Left Handed Complement mp3 album
|Title:||Left Handed Complement|
|Date of release:||1980|
|MP3 album size:||1231 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1477 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP1 AIFF WMA MMF RA FLAC MP4|
Dave McKenna piano solo - Have You Met Miss Jones Left Handed Complement, Dec 1979 mogu select jazz piano solo.
Left Handed Compliment.
Matrix, Runout (Side A etched runout): CJ 123 A L 1924.
His exciting left-hand bassline really propels his faster performances while his encyclopedic knowledge of early American popular songs and general good taste make his ballad performances memorable. This solo outing finds McKenna playing superior tunes with swing and subtle creativity, as usual.
Download song lyrics for album. Left Handed Compliment. Dave McKenna (30 May 1930 – 18 October 2008, Woonsocket, Rhode Island) was a jazz pianist. He was known for his "three-handed swing" and was a leading proponent of solo piano style. 1:Thanks for the Memory-36. 2:I'll Be Seeing You-111. You Go to My Head-110. Artists: Charlie Kohlhase.
Dave McKenna, a jazz pianist who began his career as a big-band sideman but became best known for his distinctive solo playing, with a powerful left hand that made a bass player seem unnecessary, died Saturday in State College, Pa. He was 78. The cause was lung cancer, said his companion, Liz Muir of Brookline, Mass. Widely admired by his fellow musicians, Mr. McKenna acquired a devoted following over the years even though he rarely left the East Coast. Mr. McKenna made a solo album for ABC Paramount in 1955 but otherwise rarely recorded until signing with Concord Records in the late 1970s. He recorded frequently after that, as bandleader, accompanist and, most notably, unaccompanied soloist. It was in that role, in performance and on albums with titles like My Friend the Piano and Left Handed Complement, that he gave full vent to his distinctive style.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Concord Jazz (catalog number CCD-4123). Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Artwork.
Both McKenna and Coates are well-known among fellow musicians and in certain pockets of the listening public despite the fact that they largely avoided the typical touring routine of the professional jazz musician and chose instead to make a long-term commitment to playing solo piano at one venue close to their place of residence. McKenna played six nights a week throughout the most of the 1980s at the Plaza Bar in the Copley Square Hotel in Boston. Although the left hand bass line alternates between quarter-note walking and brief flurries of eighth notes, there are enough eighth notes in the right hand line that I find it the piece comparable to a jazz situation with walking bass and an improvised eighth-note line. Pairings, part three – Hand-some conversation: Two-handed melodic conversations by . Bach and Oscar Peterson. Sonatinas and other two-sided stories.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Have You Met Miss Jones
Written-By – Lorenz Hart - Richard Rodgers*
|A2||Just As Though You Were Here
Written-By – Edgar DeLange*, John Benson Brooks
Written-By – Ballard MacDonald, James Hanley*
Written-By – Dave McKenna
|A5||I'll Be Seeing You
Written-By – Irving Kahal, Sammy Fain
|B1||Wrap Your Trouble In Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away)
Written-By – Billy Moll, Harry Barris, Ted Koehler
Written-By – Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger
Written-By – Stuart F. Louchheim*
|B4||When Day Is Done
Written-By – B. G. De Sylva*, Robert Katscher
|B5||Thanks For The Memory
Written-By – Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Concord Jazz, Inc.
- Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L 1924
- Artwork – Dick Hendler
- Executive-Producer – Carl E. Jefferson
- Liner Notes – Nat Hentoff
- Mastered By – George Horn
- Photography By [Cover] – Bruce Burr
- Producer – Frank Dorritie
NotesTrack B3 is credited to Dave McKenna.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout): CJ 123 A L 1924
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout): CJ 123 A REL L 1924 X
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|CCD-4123||Dave McKenna||Left Handed Complement (CD, Album, RE)||Concord Jazz||CCD-4123||Germany||1992|
|CCD-4123||Dave McKenna||Left Handed Complement (CD, Album)||Concord Jazz||CCD-4123||US||Unknown|