Claude Sifferlen | Every Time We Say Goodbye

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Every Time We Say Goodbye

by Claude Sifferlen

Claude Sifferlen was one of the all time great jazz pianists, but unfortunately he rarely recorded, but this solo piano masterpiece recording is a classic example of his genius.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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1. I Concentrate On You
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2. Nefertiti
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3. Waltz for Debbie
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4. Am I Dreaming
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5. Countdown
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6. Without a Song
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7. How Deep Is the Ocean
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8. Falling Grace
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9. Too Late Now
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10. Zebra #1
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11. Zebra #2
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12. Every Time We Say Goodbye
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Claude Sifferlen was one of the all time great jazz pianists, but unfortunately he rarely recorded, but this solo piano masterpiece recording is a classic example of his genius.


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Tom Hensley

The best solo piano album out there
Every time a cut from this album turns up in the shuffle of my iTunes library, I have to get up and walk across the room to see who is playing. Claude played so well, so intelligently, so skillfully, so creatively, that it's hard to compare him to anyone else. You won't regret buying this album--it's that good.

Phillip Wood

Claude was the man!
As a young self-taught teenage piano player growing up in Indianapolis i had learned most of the blues roots styles. One day i went to a free Department of Parks concert and was fortunate to hear Claude Sifferlens "the smoothest and most complex Jazz piano player i have ever heard". I still struggle trying to comprehend how he played the way he did. No question about it, Claude Sifferlen was one of the all time greats. This recording is a treasure which will surely one day bring him the worldwide acclaim he deserves. Somehow this recording (along 2 others > Introducing Carl Perkins and Introducing Jimmy Mcdaniels) did not get on a recent list of 100 greatest albums featuring Indianapolis Talent. HOW SAD!