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God Is in the House

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Download links and information about God Is in the House by Art Tatum. This album was released in 1973 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 47:13 minutes.

Artist: Art Tatum
Release date: 1973
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 13
Duration: 47:13
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Georgia on My Mind 2:23
2. Beautiful Love 1:46
3. Laughing at Life 1:08
4. Sweet Lorraine 3:08
5. Fine and Dandy 4:11
6. Begin the Beguine 3:59
7. Mighty Lak a Rose 3:41
8. Knockin' Myself Out 4:09
9. Toledo Blues 3:39
10. Body and Soul 3:36
11. There'll Be Some Changes Made 3:33
12. Lady Be Good 4:34
13. Sweet Georgia Brown 7:26

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Originally released in 1973, God Is in the House features live performances from the Jerry Newman collection of acetate discs and are fortunately in better technical quality than most of the music from Newman's archives. The remarkable Art Tatum is heard playing three brief, unaccompanied piano solos in 1940, three other numbers in which he is accompanied by Reuben Harris (beating out some quiet rhythms with whiskbrooms on a suitcase), and four duets with bassist-vocalist Chocolate Williams; Tatum has a brief vocal on "Knockin' Myself Out" and a more extensive one on "Toledo Blues," the only times he ever sang on record. In addition, Tatum and Williams back Ollie Potter (a pretty good if completely unknown singer) on "There'll Be Some Changes Made." Best of all are a pair of exciting trio numbers ("Lady Be Good" and a very memorable "Sweet Georgia Brown") in which Tatum stretches out with bassist Ebenezer Paul and the great, underrated trumpeter Frankie Newton. It is fascinating to hear Newton's playing on "Sweet Georgia Brown," which is fairly simple and calm, while Tatum sounds like a volcano behind him. Highly recommended.