James Williams | Jazz Dialogues, Volume 4: Music For A While

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Jazz Dialogues, Volume 4: Music For A While

by James Williams

Timeless jazz with gospel, blues, and broadway overtones and a classical variation thrown in.
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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1. Thermo With Christian Mcbride
8:01 album only
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2. Take Time For Love With Joe Lovano
7:45 album only
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3. Undecided With Mary Stallings
4:20 album only
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4. Walk With Me With Rufus Reid
6:34 album only
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5. Old Times Sake With Steve Wilson
5:10 album only
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6. If I Loved You With Thomas Trotter
4:26 album only
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7. The More I See You With Houston Person
7:14 album only
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8. Pieces of a Dream With Dave Stryker
7:17 album only
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9. East of the Sun With Kim Nalley
4:49 album only
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10. Music For a While With R. Holland & T. Trotter
4:02 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jazz Pianist James Williams grew up in Memphis where he was steeped in gospel and blues. Those sounds still resonate in his playing. He taught piano at the Berklee School of Music in Boston during which time he had the opportunity to play with such notables as Allan Dawson, Dizzy Gillespie, and a host of others. He became recognized as well for his jazz compositions, such as Alter Ego, WillPower and others. In addition to composing, James Williams is a much-sought-after arranger and accompanist.

It was from his position at Berklee that he was asked to join Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers playing with with many of Blakee's protoges including Charles Fambrough, Billy Pierce, Wynton Marsalis, Branford Marsalis, and Bobby Watson, to name a few.

Following his stint with Art Blakey, Williams became a favorite sideman for such jazz giants as Dizzy Gillespie, Milt Hinton, Milt Jackson, Joe Lovano, Ron Carter and many of the jazz greats that can be heard will Williams on this CD: Christian McBride, Etta Jones, Steve Wilson, Ron Carter, Russell Malone, Joe Lovano, Steve Nelson, Freddy Cole, Billy Pierce, and John Patitucci.

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