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Bill, Please


Download links and information about Bill, Please by Lorne Lofsky. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:08:40 minutes.

Artist: Lorne Lofsky
Release date: 1994
Genre: Jazz
Tracks: 12
Duration: 01:08:40
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No. Title Length
1. Yesterdays 6:16
2. Fall 5:06
3. T.T.T. (Twelve Tone Tune) 4:56
4. Witchcraft 4:44
5. E.S.P. 4:04
6. Laurie 6:17
7. Django 10:30
8. Very Early 5:59
9. Daydream Believer 3:24
10. 317 East 32nd 6:40
11. The Lamp Is Low 4:39
12. Song for Helen 6:05



Lorne Lofsky is a cool-toned guitarist in the tradition of Jimmy Raney and fellow Canadian Ed Bickert. Since Lofsky's sound is not all that exciting, it is fortunate that he is not only an expert bop-based improviser but very good at picking out a repertoire that fits his style. For his trio set with bassist Mike Downes and drummer Jerry Fuller, Lofsky performs four songs by Bill Evans plus numbers by Wayne Shorter, John Lewis, Lennie Tristano ("317 East 32nd"), and Ravel, along with a few standards. To give variety to the date, four pieces are taken totally by Lofsky, who overdubs a second (and sometimes third) guitar with taste. "Subtle creativity" is a phrase that sums up this session as a whole, for it takes several playings to fully appreciate the tight musical communication between the trio members along with Lofsky's inventive ideas.