Alan Broadbent | Heart to Heart: Solo Piano

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Heart to Heart: Solo Piano

by Alan Broadbent

Two time Grammy award winning pianist, Alan Broadbent in a rare solo concert playing a lyrical improvisational set of jazz standards and originals. Downbeat Magazine gives Alan Broadbent's Heart To Heart FIVE STARS
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. Hello My Lovely
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2. Heart to Heart
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5:07 $0.99
3. Alone Together
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4. Now and Then
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5. Journey Home
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6. Blue in Green
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7. Love Is the Thing
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8. Lonely Woman
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9. Cherokee
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes

“Alan Broadbent…is one of the most original improvisers in the world of jazz.”
-Charlie Haden

“...insights so profound that one is left at a loss for words. Broadbent deserves the highest acclaim.”
-The Penguin Guide to Jazz Vol.4

Deep and reflective; you can feel the notes resonate within your heart.
-All About Jazz


“one of the major keyboard figures of the day.”
-JazzTimes



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