Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy | A Jazz Duet

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A Jazz Duet

by Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy

Four Original Free Improvisations and Six Traditional Jazz Standards
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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1. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy
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10:28 $0.99
2. All of Me Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy
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12:21 $0.99
3. Sunstorm Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy
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2:06 $0.99
4. Passionate Weather Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy
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5. 317 East 32nd Street Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy
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6. How High the Moon Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy
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7. A Jazz Duet Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy
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8. Blues for a Lost Moment Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy
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9. My Melancholy Baby Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy
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10. All the Things You Are Liz Gorrill & Charley Krachy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Liz Gorrill / Charley Krachy: A JAZZ DUET
" . . . she slam dances between registers with such aplomb that her duets with Krachy
occasionally remind you not only of Tristano and Marsh, but of Cecil Taylor and Jimmy Lyons. In
other words, "A Jazz Duet" summons up memories of piano-and-saxophone duets you only
THINK you've heard - testimony to its power. " Frances Davis, The Village Voice

" . . . I love this CD, I've been playing it constantly for days, and I'd walk on my knees through the
snow to see this duo play live." Camper-Mann, Amazon.com


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