Alan Broadbent | Moment's Notice

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Moment's Notice

by Alan Broadbent

Grammy Award winning Alan Broadbent and his trio explore the many facets of swinging improvisation in a set of jazz standards expressed with deeply felt interpretations.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. Flamingo
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2. Marmaduke
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3. Soul Eyes
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4. Chi Chi
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5. Willow Weep For Me
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6. Lady Love
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7. My Old Flame
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8. Along Came Betty
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9. Moments Notice/ Naima
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Alan Broadbent\'s latest CD brings him back to his long time trio with Putter Smith and Kendall Kay. He decided to go into the studio on a moment\'s notice and record this spontaneous love letter to great jazz standards (and one original). It begins with a relaxed “Flamingo”, explorations of Bird tunes, a waltz version of “Willow Weep For Me” and culminating in a medley of Coltrane’s.


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Robert Ross

These guys are GREAT! Alan's playing is so rich and so lucid, swinging, genuinely satisfying. Putter's about as original as you can get, & likewise rich, clear, swinging and satisfying. Kendall Kay is a beauty. He belongs with these guys. Together they're like some kind of really wholesome Pleasure Organism. Can you tell I like them?


I love jazz and the way it feels...this CD is timeless, cool and free.I have been playing it over and over again.