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Lafayette Is Here...Solo

by Lafayette Harris, Jr.

Sid Gribetz of Jazztimes magazine said, "Delicate and restrained, yet still conveying a sense of funk, soul, and spirituality." Solo jazz piano.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. Hat's On Blues, Pt. 2
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2. Little Kevin's Embrace
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3. Ou Suis-je? (Oo-sweej)
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4. Got's Ta B'more Careful
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5. Escapade (The Sequel)
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6. We in the House
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Briefs from Jazztimes May 1999 issue


LAFAYETTE HARRIS, JR.
Lafayette is Here---Solo (Airmen)


Pianist Lafayette Harris, Jr. has started his own artist-run record label, Airmen, to record himself, and some friends, and this is its fourth release.
Harris, well-educated and refined at the keyboard, has worked as a sideman and leader around New York for the last 15 years, and he recorded two albums for Muse.

On this disc, he plays his own compositions, new and old, in a solo piano setting that is delicate and restrained, yet still manages to convey a sense of funk, soul, and spirituality.


-Sid Gribetz


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