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Nick Manson Trio "Live" At Sacred Grounds

by Nick Manson

Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. But Not for Me
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2. Fee Fi Fo Fum
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3. Smile
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4. A Beautiful Friendship
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5. Black Diamond
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6. Wendy
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7. After the Rain
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8. Candy
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9. Desert Air
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10. Hackensack
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A versatile bop-based pianist, Nick Manson was born and raised in the Seattle area, has done extensive studio
work, and been quite busy for years as an arranger, producer and an educator in addition to being an in-
demand pianist. Along the way he has worked with Bud Shank, Plas Johnson, Bill Perkins, Kim Richmond, the
Nairobi Trio, Ernie Watts and many musicians in the Los Angeles area. “Live” At Sacred Grounds teams Manson
with bassist John Sims and drummer Wes Anderson on a set dominated by standards. Whether playing “But
Not For Me,” Paul Desmond's “Wendy” or Chick Corea's “Desert Air,” Nick Manson displays his own musical
personality on this enjoyable set, available from www.nickmanson.com. ~Scott Yanow, L.A. Jazz Scene


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