Jimmy Amadie | The Philadelphia Story

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The Philadelphia Story

by Jimmy Amadie

Jazz Bebop
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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3. Michael's Lament
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4. The Gospel as We Know It
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5. Randy's Shufflin Blues
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6. Marching with Benny G
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7. Samba for Lew T
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8. Alone Together
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9. Lew's Mood
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10. The Man I Love
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11. Warm and Gentle Ben
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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If you enjoy , " THE PHILADELPHIA STORY, "
listen to " LET'S GROOVE " Thank you. Jimmy Amadie

Jimmy Amadie is recognized worldwide as a jazz musician/educator/teacher recording artist and author. He has recorded six CD’s. Jimmy Amadie’s new CD, THE PHILADELPHIA STORY, with Special Guests, Benny Golson, Randy Brecker and Lew Tabackin is now available in addition to, LET’S GROOVE, Special Guest, Phil Woods: A TRIBUTE TO TONY BENNETT, Special Guest, Phil Woods. His other CD’s are also available via cdbaby. Jimmy Amadie is also the author of two texts, Jazz Improv: How To Play It and Teach It, and Harmonic Foundation for Jazz and Popular Music and are used in more than 35 foreign countries with information on his texts published in English, Italian, French, German and Japanese. Mr. Amadie has been pianist-composer in Woody Herman’s Big Band, accompanist to Mel Torme, co-author of compositions with Steve Allen and composer-conductor for the National Football Films Scores. He has taught at both Berklee College of Music in Boston, and Villanova University in their Summer Music Programs. Mr. Amadie has been profiled on CBS Sunday Morning. He records exclusively for TP Recordings, and is represented by DL Media.at don@jazzpublicity.com


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Chris K

Jimmy Amadie
This is Jimmy's best playing yet. He is a true inspiration. This CD is a master class in playing straight ahead. Get this disc. There is nothing forced here. Just some great playing from true jazz masters.

frank marsico

the phila story
This is one great cd. Great players, and very heartfelt. not just the usual chops display that so much jazz has devolved into. Jimmy your playing is as good as ever. Your student and friend forever - Frank

frank marsico

the phila story
This is one great cd. Great players, and very heartfelt. not just the usual chops display that so much jazz has devolved into. Jimmy your playing is as good as ever. Your student and friend forever - Frank

melvin varner


Very nice cd I really enjoyed it and recommended it to my friends

steve d.


It's reducible to one word: Tasty. It's like a jazz buffet, offering a genre for everyone, and each cut is delicious. Fill your plate; you'll be coming back for seconds.

jim naughton


I enjoyed this CD for several reasons, not the least of which the fact that Jimmy Amadie's struggle with crippling tendonitis took hom out of circulation for a long time. This album contains seemingly effortless piano work by this master as well as wonderful horn work, rythm, and percussion by his special guests. It is a special tribute to his courage and artistry and should serve as an inspiration to others.