Johnston and Lear | In A Heartbeat

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In A Heartbeat

by Johnston and Lear

Lush, melodic smooth piano jazz. Perfect for romance, candlelight and wine.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. In a Heartbeat
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2. Perfect Circles
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3. Bottom Bunk
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4. As In A Dream
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5. In the Arms of an Angel
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6. Strange Bedfellows
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7. Fireweed
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8. No More Mr. Night Sky
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9. Road To Bridgetown
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10. Joy Song
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11. Waterford Bridge
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12. Bonne Fete
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"I'm looking for a bass player with whom I can develop a relationship."

So began the first telephone conversation between pianist Gary Johnston and bassist Denise Lear back in 1993. Understanding the importance of this musical relationship was not lost on either musician with such historic examples as pianist Oscar Peterson and bassist Ray Brown, Keith Jarrett and Gary Peacock, as well as Carla Bley and Steve Swallow. But neither Gary nor Denise could foresee what was to follow.

They began performing as a duo and soon formed various groups with singers and instrumentalists, provided music for the theatre, concert hall and club venues and performed on TV and radio both locally and nationally. Eventually that relationship blossomed not only musically but also romantically and on July 20, 1996 they were married.

Since then they have continued to pursue both musical and romantic interests together and the result has been the CD In A Heartbeat released May 2003. Along with Jason Hayward on saxophones, Patrick Boyle on trumpet and Richard Spurrell on drums, the duo presents original instrumental material composed by Gary and performed in a smooth jazz, adult contemporary format.

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