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Fandangle - Mary Lou Williams - Lady Piano (CD)

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  1. Fenrizahn
    Fandangle. More by Mary Lou Williams. Nice Jazz (Live at Nice "Grande Parade Jazz", ) First Lady of the Piano. Queen of Jazz Piano. A Grand Night for Swinging (Recorded Live in ) More Mary Lou Williams. Listen to A Keyboard History now.
  2. Arashigis
    Sep 30,  · There seems to be a lack of Mary Lou Williams (the queen of stride piano) on here so I decided to upload some hand-picked gems from my old cds. .
  3. Voodootaur
    Live At the Keystone Korner by Mary Lou Williams - CD () for $ from athafflapsiorisurnonisorlosero.xyzinfo Jazz - Order by Phone /5(4).
  4. Voodoolabar
    A Keyboard History, an album by Mary Lou Williams on Spotify. First Lady of the Piano. Queen of Jazz Piano. A Grand Night for Swinging (Recorded Live in ) More Mary Lou Williams. Listen to A Keyboard History now. Listen to A Keyboard History in full in the Spotify app.
  5. Juk
    Label: HighNote Records, Inc. - HCD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Swing, Stride, Boogie Woogie Mary Lou Williams - Live At The Keystone Corner (, CD) | Discogs.
  6. Fegal
    The versatile pianist/composer Mary Lou Williams() worked and wrote arrangements for Andy Kirk's 'Clouds of Joy' as well as Benny Goodman & Earl Hines. This excellent solo piano recital was recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival on July 16, /5(10).
  7. Daizilkree
    Mary Lou Williams was a fantastic Jazz pianist and played with many different "name" bands down the years, some of whom are featured alongside her on this CD, notably Dizzy Gillespie, Bobby Hackett & Don Byas. There are many different styles represented, from the contemplative to the rowdy. She remains the constant throughout.4/5(1).
  8. Kazikinos
    There are two different Mary Lou Williams albums entitled First Lady of Piano. One is an Inner City reissue of Vogue recordings from the early to mid-'50s. The other, and the subject of this review, was issued by the Giants of Jazz label in and consists of 19 studio and live recordings dating from the years /

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