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Live at the Café Carlyle

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Live at the Café Carlyle
Live album by
Released1984
RecordedJanuary 1984 at the Café Carlyle, New York City
GenreJazz
Length42:35
LabelConcord CJ 246[1]
ProducerCarl Jefferson
George Shearing chronology
Top Drawer
(1984)
Live at the Café Carlyle
(1984)
An Elegant Evening
(1984)

Live at the Café Carlyle is a 1984 live album by jazz pianist George Shearing accompanied by the double bassist and pianist Don Thompson.[2]

Reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[2]

Scott Yanow reviewed the album for Allmusic and wrote that "[Don] Thompson, who plays second piano on Herbie Hancock's "Tell Me a Bedtime Story," jams with strong intuition and consistent swing, easily picking up on Shearing's musical directions during such songs as "Pent up House," "The Shadow of Your Smile," "Cheryl" and a couple of originals", and concludes by writing that Shearing "...had his career rejuvenated during his years on Concord through stimulating musical encounters such as this one. Fine music".[2]

Track listing

  1. "Pent Up House" (Sonny Rollins) – 4:13
  2. "The Shadow of Your Smile" (Johnny Mandel, Paul Francis Webster) – 5:07
  3. "Teach Me Tonight" (Gene De Paul, Sammy Cahn) – 3:42
  4. "Cheryl" (Charlie Parker) – 4:55
  5. "Blues for Breakfast" (Jerry Gladstone, Matt Dennis) – 3:38
  6. "P.S. I Love You" (Gordon Jenkins, Johnny Mercer) – 2:47
  7. "I Cover the Waterfront" (Edward Heyman, Johnny Green) – 5:24
  8. "Tell Me a Bedtime Story" (Herbie Hancock) – 4:20
  9. "Inside" (Jack Reardon, Marvin Fisher) – 4:57
  10. "Stratford Stomp" (Don Thompson) – 3:32

Personnel

Production

References

  1. ^ "George Shearing with Don Thompson – Live at the Cafe Carlyle (Vinyl, LP)". discogs.com. Retrieved 2016-06-26.
  2. ^ a b c Live at the Café Carlyle at AllMusic
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