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David Grisman & Denny ZeitlinNew River ... CD
Acoustic Disc, 2001. Used ... $14.99
David Grisman on mandolin and Denny Zeitlin on piano. CD
(Out of print, punch through barcode.)

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Denny ZeitlinAs Long As There's Music (Japanese paper sleeve edition) ... CD
Venus (Japan), 1997. Used ... $19.99 24.99
Beautiful sounds from pianist Denny Zeitlin – one of those players who often gets overlooked, but who's made some incredibly expressive music over the years! The album's got a sparkle that really takes us back to Denny's 60s sides for Columbia, but it's also got a slightly more mature quality as well – especially at the gentler moments – a sense of humanity that definitely comes through the passage of time in Zeitlin's years at the piano, given just the right sort of gentle accompaniment here from Buster Williams on bass and Al Foster on drums. Titles include "Cousin Mary", "Canyon", "As Long As There's Music", "There & Back", and "I Fall In Love Too Easily". CD
(1999 paper sleeve edition – includes obi!)

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Denny ZeitlinDenny Zeitlin Trio In Concert ... CD
Sunnyside, 2009. Used ... $9.99
Contemporary magic from Denny Zeitlin – a recent album by the pianist we first grew to love for his work in the 60s! Zeitlin's music here every bit as thoughtful as in years past – complex lines on the piano, but always with a sense of swing – and a good dose of lyrical energy that keeps Denny away from some of the too-cold styles of other modernists of his generation. Zeitlin has a way of thinking outside the box, but keeping the groove inside – and he gets some great help in this respect from Matt Wilson on drums and Buster Williams on bass, the latter of whose round tones really shape the set. Titles include "All Of You", "Prime Times", "Bass Prelude", "The We Of Us", "Mr PC", "The Night Has 1000 Eyes/10000 Eyes", and "Signs & Wonders". CD
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Denny ZeitlinEarly Wayne – Explorations Of Classic Wayne Shorter Compositions ... CD
Sunnyside, 2016. Used ... $9.99
A sweet solo piano set by Denny Zeitlin – paying tribute to jazz sax legend Wayne Shorter! Zeitlin has performed Shorter compositions before, but the Early Wayne session is still a pretty wonderful surprise overall. Zeitlin is such a distinct, remarkable composer and player himself, he deftly pulls of the dual tasks of delivering a full on tribute set, but he's also able to use the ageless early Shorter tunes as a framework for some subtle improvisation of his own. Beautifully recorded at the Piedmont Piano Company in Oakland. Includes "Speak No Evil", "Nefertiti", "Ju Ju", "Teru", "Toy Tune", "Infant Eyes", "Paraphernalia", "Ana Maria", "ESP" and "Miyako". CD
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Denny ZeitlinName Of This Terrain ... CD
Now Again, 1969. New Copy ... $14.99 15.99
An insanely fantastic lost chapter in the career of pianist Denny Zeitlin – a never-issued session of electric keyboards and vocals – put together with his famous trio of the 60s, but lost to the world for many decades! Zeitlin was a hell of a pianist right from the start, and he also had a great ear for electric experiments at points in his career – which here has him working on a Clavinet, Farfisa organ, and other instruments – as well as using his own effects to offset the sound of his own instrumentation, as well as the bass and drums! But maybe most interesting are the vocals created for the set – jazzy but offbeat lyrics that pop in and out of the tunes in this very cool way – used in the way that Steve Kuhn was experimenting with voice at the start of the 70s, but with a vibe that's maybe closer to the legendary sound of The Stark Reality! The album's definitely one that we'd put right up there with the best of those two famous references – and resonates too with work from David Axelrod, and some of the wilder Gary McFarland projects too – on titles that include "Gonna Take You Away", "2 Steps Forward 1 Step Back", "Free Piece", "The Wizard", and "The Name Of This Terrain". CD

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Denny ZeitlinShining Hour – Live At The Trident ... LP
Columbia, 1965. Very Good ... Just Sold Out!
An excellent live outing from pianist Denny Zeitlin – recorded at the height of his early powers! The session's got a freshly new conception to piano-based jazz – a style that resonates nicely with the best 60s work of Steve Kuhn or Keith Jarrett, sharing some of the tenderness of the former and the sense of color of the latter. Rhythm is from the team of Charlie Haden on bass and Jerry Granelli on drums – and Haden's bass is an especially powerful force in the set, pushing out the tunes with a flowing quality that pulsates nicely even on the more gentle numbers. Titles include "Lonely Woman", "Where Does It Lead", "My Shining Hour", "Spur Of The Moment", and "Carole's Waltz". LP, Vinyl record album
(360 Sound stereo pressing. Cover has ring and edge wear, split bottom seam, some stains in front, and a peeled patch at the bottom.)

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Denny ZeitlinSolo Voyage ... CD
Maxjazz, 2005. Used ... $3.99
Danny Zeitlin on piano and synthesizer. CD
(Still sealed!)

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Denny ZeitlinWishing On The Moon ... CD
Sunnyside, 2018. Used ... $7.99
Pianist Denny Zeitlin never fails to make us smile – and on an album like this, recorded many years after he first brought a new brightness to the world of jazz piano, we're still amazed at how he can unlock so many special moments with effortless ease! Zeitlin's always completely himself, but also never overstating his identity – just casually sliding into these note structures that are as appealing and optimistic as they are fresh – modernism, but from the brighter side of the sun – aided by the work of Buster Williams on bass and Matt Wilson on drums. Titles include the originals "There & Back", "Signs & Wonders", "Wishing On The Moon", and "Slickrock" – plus "All Of You" and "Put Your Little Foot Right Out". CD
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Denny Zeitlin & Charlie HadenTime Remembers One Time Once ... CD
ECM (Germany), 1983. Used ... $18.99
Denny Zeitlin on piano and Charlie Haden on bass. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Denny Zeitlin & George MarshTelepathy ... CD
Sunnyside, 2021. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Really great sounds from the legendary Denny Zeitlin – an entry in his series of electro-acoustic improvisations with drummer George Marsh – and a record that has Zeitlin on a range of keyboards and electronics, in addition to his more familiar acoustic piano! It's that instrument which first brought Denny attention in the 60s, but over the years, he's also developed a surprisingly strong ear for electric sources – often using them in very different ways, sounding especially great in the freer setting of duo improvisations like these! George handles a bit of percussion, but mostly makes his main magic on the drum kit – and titles include "The Ascent", "Fillmore Dreams", "Hadron Collider", "Disagree To Agree", "Quicksilver", "Hatching", and "Black Hole". CD
(Sealed.)

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✨✧ Denny ZeitlinStairway To The Stars ... CD
Sunnyside, 2014. Used ... Out Of Stock
Denny Zeitlin on piano, Buster Williams on bass, and Matt Wilson on drums. CD
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✨✧ Jeremy SteigFlute Fever ... LP
Columbia, Mid 60s. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Fantastic early work from flautist Jeremy Steig – a 60s quartet session for Columbia that came several years before the funky style of some of his later work – and a damn great record, with lots of soulful touches! Part of this has to do with the rhythm section of Ben Tucker on bass and Ben Riley on drums – both of whom put a nice kick in the proceedings, and substantially ground and groove the solo work of Steig's flute and Denny Zeitlin's piano. On that note, Steig's and Zeitlin's solos are truly outstanding – more than delivering on the feverish promise of the album's title! Titles include "What Is This Thing Called Love?", "So What", "Willow Weep For Me", "Well, You Needn't", "Blue Seven", "Oleo", and "Lover Man". LP, Vinyl record album
(Mono white label promo pressing. Cover has light wear and aging, with a New Star On Columbia sticker in front.)
 
 
 



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