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CD (Item 528093) Criss Cross (Netherlands), 2010 — Condition: Used
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Lovely stuff from jazz pianist David Hazeltine – much deserving of his reputation as an stellar accompanist and sensitive interpreter – and also a excellent composer and leader! There's a trio of excellent Hazeltine originals on Inversions, including the excellent title track, the solid tribute "For Cedar" and "A Lil' Bit" – plus one song credited to group tenor sax player Eric Alexander. It's a quintet recording featuring John Webber on bas, Joe Farnsworth on drums and Steve Nelson on vibes. Titles include "Aki's Blues", "For Cedar", "A Lil' Bit", "Inversions", "Loverman", "Davy's System", "Everything I Love", "Tin Tin Deo".  © 1996-2018, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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