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Stephanie Trick LIVE

by Stephanie Trick

Features a variety of classic jazz genres, including boogie woogie, blues, lyrical ballads, rip-roaring stride piano solos, and popular standards of the 1920s and '30s.
Genre: Jazz: Stride
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1. Viper's Drag
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2. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning
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3:26 album only
3. Liza
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4:29 album only
4. Mule Walk
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2:43 album only
5. Anitra's Dance
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2:52 album only
6. Blues for Alfie
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3:21 album only
7. Handful of Keys
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3:26 album only
8. Roberto Clemente
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4:36 album only
9. Shout for Joy
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2:34 album only
10. Everything Happens To Me
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3:35 album only
11. Bach Up To Me
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3:03 album only
12. St. Louis Blues
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3:29 album only
13. Les Champs-Élysées
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2:20 album only
14. I Ain't Got Nobody
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2:49 album only
15. Nothin'
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3:20 album only
16. Echoes of Spring
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3:23 album only
17. Truckin'
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3:27 album only
18. Hallelujah
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19. Harlem Strut
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Features a variety of classic jazz genres, including boogie woogie, blues, lyrical ballads, rip-roaring stride piano solos, and popular standards of the 1920s and '30s.


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Bonnie Wade

Stephanie Trick LIVE
I attended this concert with friends and, having known Stephanie for quite a few years and seen her perform many times, I was still awestruck several times by the speed with which her hands were moving and the incredibly intricate music she was playing. A friend sitting next to me who had never seen her perform in person said to me that what she was doing with her hands and fingers was IMPOSSIBLE! Her performances of ragtime and stride piano, especially, are so good, there really aren't enough words to describe it. She is a must see and must hear artist!

Uncle Dave Lewis

Stephanie Trick is Live and On Fire!
"Stephanie Trick Live" is taken from a concert at the Sheldon Concert Hall in her hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. The crowd is warm and receptive, and the live recording is of studio quality; apart from the faint room sound and the periodic interruption of applause, there are none of the usual vagaries of "live" recording projects found here. Trick maintains an intimate connection with the listener throughout the course of this disc, which has a more expansive range of selection than any of her previous releases; moving from Luckey Roberts' cutting contest specialty "Nothin'" (written circa 1908) to Trick's own "Blues for Alfie," not long in existence before this recording was made. Trick also acquits herself as an able arranger and improviser on popular tunes from Tin Pan Alley and elsewhere, and her facility expands well beyond that of an expert interpreter to the status of a creative, and highly original, artist. Beyond such considerations, the "Stephanie Trick Live" is inexhaustibly exciting to listen to; from the subtle shades of her thoughtful take on David Thomas Roberts' "Roberto Clemente" to the explosively virtuosic rendering of James P. Johnson's "Mule Walk," Trick leads the listener from one jaw dropping interpretation to another, seemingly without breaking a sweat. But her playing is so natural, swinging and easygoing that she makes it sound easy.

The sound is so close and direct that the listener feels as though one is sitting on the bench next to her. This was definitely a good night for Stephanie Trick, though it's hard to imagine her having a bad one. Nevertheless, once to the end of "Harlem Strut," happy listeners will no doubt want to turn straight back to "Viper's Drag" and start the whole experience anew; "Stephanie Trick Live" will not sit in the back of the record cabinet.