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CAFFEINE

by Jonathan Eder

Soulful, Moody, & Rich with Nostalgia; A Silky Escape into the World of Jazz Piano!
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. Lush Life: by BILLY STRAYHORN
3:04 album only
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2. Prelude to a Kiss: by DUKE ELLINGTON
3:48 album only
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3. The Duke: by DAVE BRUBECK
4:04 album only
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4. Caffeine: by JONATHAN EDER
4:44 album only
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5. Blue In Green: by MILES DAVIS
3:07 album only
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6. Nice Work If You Can Get It: by GEORGE GERSHWIN
2:50 album only
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7. Black Coffee: by SONNY BURKE
5:11 album only
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8. Time Remembered: by BILL EVANS
5:25 album only
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9. Java Jive: by BEN OAKLAND
3:43 album only
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10. 'Round Midnight: by THELONIUS SPHERE MONK
4:40 album only
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11. Goodbye Porkpie Hat: by CHARLIE MINGUS
2:42 album only
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12. Naima: by JOHN COLETRANE
3:45 album only

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Album Notes
As heard on, "LIGHTS OUT" - KINK 101.9 FM, & Jazz Radio 89.1 - KMHD

Compositions by America's greatest names in jazz, as played by jazz pianist, Jonathan Eder. Mr. Eder has performed at New York's Lincoln Center, and appeared with music legends: Dizzy Gillespie, Buddy Rich, Lionel Hampton & Mercer Ellington. He resides in Portland, Oregon.

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I enjoy Eder's bluesy feel on several of the tracks. I also like the almost reverent tenderness of 'Naima', and had a lot of fun with 'Caffeine'
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