Claude Diallo | Nothing to Prove

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Nothing to Prove

by Claude Diallo

New York based Swiss jazz pianist Claude Diallo presents his first solo piano CD: NOTHING TO PROVE, which includes a bonus DVD showing live footage from KKL Lucerne and Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. 11:11
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2. My Romance
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3. Beauty and the Beast
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4. Wulumuqi Lu Blues
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5. Till There Was You
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6. Suicidal Motorcycle Ride Through Bangkok
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7. Mose Knows
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8. Goodbye Blanche Neige
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9. If I Were a Bell
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10. Soulful Farewell
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Album Notes
After having produced 11 CDs with many different groups, Claude Diallo finally managed to please his fans and launch his first solo piano project which was recorded at the famous Balik Farm Studios affiliated with the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. This double CD/DVD release features 10 tracks in different styles featuring the pianists multiple talents on piano, rhodes and Hammond Organ B3 with 5 new original compositions and 5 newly arranged Jazz Standards. An additional bonus DVD includes 6 tracks recorded at the Lucerne Festival 2011 showing a live performance at the renowned KKL concert hall in Lucerne, Switzerland and another performance in Karlsruhe, Germany at the Badisches Staatstheater in the context of the 28th Händel Academy.



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