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  1. Magor
    Discogs: CD, Live At The Jazz Standard. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。5/5(1).
  2. Zolozahn
    May 22,  · Roger Kellaway On Piano Jazz Kellaway is known for his eclectic sensibilities and his prolific musical contributions. The pianist discusses his album of jazz .
  3. Akikazahn
    Listen to your favorite songs from Live at the Jazz Standard by Roger Kellaway Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  4. Tojakinos
    CD 1. 1) Cottontail () Roger Kellaway. 2) C Jam Blues () Roger Kellaway. 3) Someday My Prince Will Come () Roger Kellaway. 4) All My Life () Roger Kellaway. 5) I'm Beginning to See the Light () Roger Kellaway. 6) Take Five () Roger Kellaway. 7) Nearness of You () Roger Kellaway. 8) Doxy.
  5. JoJozshura
    I don’t know whether I like it more than the piano or not, but it is really a major instrument in my life,” jazz pianist and composer Roger Kellaway told me, while discussing his recording of Live At The Jazz Standard, released in November, but originally recorded between May 25th- 28th, , at .
  6. Faetaxe
    Oct 10,  · However, if included in the mix is an album by Roger Kellaway then all bets are off! Recorded live at the Jazz Bakery in Los Angeles - a venue Roger seems to like - watch this space* - the 80 year old pianist delivers the goods like few pianists in the history of jazz have ever done.
  7. Gasar
    Though not one to perform in public, Kellaway did play several nights at New York City's Jazz Standard which resulted in Roger Kellaway Live at the Jazz Standard. Kellaway came to this recording with an agenda: the formation of a drummer-less band approximating Nat King Cole's piano, bass.
  8. Mikabar
    In , Kellaway was a piano sideman for composer/arranger Boris Midney’s group The Russian Jazz Quartet's album "Happiness" on ABC/Impulse jazz records. Kellaway is perhaps best-known for the closing theme "Remembering You", which he wrote and recorderd for the iconic TV sitcom All in the Family (–); and for his opening/closing.
  9. Kekus
    This two-disc release captures a rare live engagement at New York's Jazz Standard by great pianist Roger Kellaway, and features two of the hottest young players in jazz today--guitarist Russell Malone and vibraphonist Stefon Harris. Includes bonus label sampler disc/5(6).

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