Enrico Pieranunzi - Live In Paris
Download links and information about Enrico Pieranunzi - Live In Paris by Enrico Pieranunzi. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:52:51 minutes.
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|3.||Body and Soul||7:43|
|4.||I Hear a Rhapsody||6:27|
|6.||I Fall In Love Too Easily||12:13|
|7.||Bur Not for Me||5:41|
|9.||Someday My Prince Will Come||6:11|
|10.||What Is This Thing Called Love||4:33|
|12.||One Lone Star||10:47|
|13.||Una piccola chiave dorata||8:19|
It is a tremendous challenge to find a fresh approach to standards and frequently performed jazz compositions. But pianist Enrico Pieranunzi is up to the task in this collection of live trio performances from 2001 in Paris. He is accompanied by two of Europe's finest musicians, bassist Hein Van de Geyn and drummer André Ceccarelli (who worked together in singer Dee Dee Bridgewater's band). The leader's take of "Body and Soul" includes a fluttering introduction and some dazzling Tatum-like runs. "I Hear a Rhapsody" is transformed into a daredevil post-bop anthem, while Van de Geyn introduces "I Fall in Love Too Easily" with a heartfelt solo. But the big surprise is their playful take of "Someday My Prince Will Come," which sounds more like a nightmare than a dream! Pieranunzi's off-centered arrangement of Wayne Shorter's modal masterpiece "Footprints" is full of tension, though his approach to Fats Waller's "Jitterbug Waltz" is fairly restrained. The leader contributed several originals, including the moody ballad "One Lone Star" and the more upbeat "Una Piccola Chiave Dorata." The support of the rhythm section is an essential ingredient throughout this highly recommended two-CD set.