Earma Thompson | Just In Time

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Just In Time

by Earma Thompson

The reigning Queen of Chicago Jazz serves up some of her tasty piano along with gass and a little sax.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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1. Billie's Bounce
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2. After Hours
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3. Just In Time
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4. Ger-ru
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5. You Stepped Out of A Dream
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6. Softly, As In The Morning Sunrise
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7. Vierd Blues
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8. I Hear A Rhapsody
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9. I Remember You
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10. Witchcraft
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11. Back at the Chicken Shack
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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For over fifty years Earma Thompson has played jazz piano in Chicago.

Although humble by nature, she is recognized by fellow jazz musicians as the reigning Queen of Chicago Jazz.

With bassist John Whitfield, she swings on the standards "Just In Time", "Softly, As In The Morning Sunrise", and "Witchcraft". Her blues playing on "After Hours" and "Back at the Chicken Shack" is low down and evokes memories of what it was like to listen to music on the south side in a bygone era. Saxophonist John Brumbach joins Earma on "hot and spicy" versions of "Ger-ru" and "Vierd Blues".


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mike zender


read about earma's cd in a music review a few weeks ago in the indianapolis star, and was amazed that this was her first album with her in the spotlight. born in chicago myself, my dad remembers her playing in the jazz clubs. this album is exceptional. buy many copies and give them to your friends. keep up the excellent work earma thompson, thank you!

mike zender


read about earma's cd in a music review a few weeks ago in the indianapolis star, and was amazed that this was her first album with her in the spotlight. born in chicago myself, my dad remembers her playing in the jazz clubs. this album is exceptional. buy many copies and give them to your friends. keep up the excellent work earma thompson, thank you!

JOHN

GREAT PIANO PLAYING
Great collection of standards and blues played with confidence. This is classic jazz at its best. I loved this CD, it has an after hours feeling as if the musicians played for themselves.