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Lenore Raphael/Howard Alden | Loverly

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by Lenore Raphael/Howard Alden

Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wouldn't It Be Loverly
7:22 album only
2. Alone Together
8:12 album only
3. Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me
7:49 album only
4. Back Home in Indiana
4:08 album only
5. It Might As Well Be Spring
7:23 album only
6. Georgia On My Mind
9:02 album only
7. Sounds of a Guitar
6:33 album only
8. One for the Byrd
4:39 album only


Album Notes
In this new release from Swingin' Fox Music, Inc, two consummate, world-renowned jazz artists team up for a musical outing that is sure to please every mainstream jazz lover. Howard Alden has been called simply one of he best jazz guitarists today. His clean, fluid lines and incredible technique have impressed audiences worldwide. Meeting on Lenore Raphael's jazz radio show, Lenore Raphael's JazzSpot, the two found a mutual connection in their lyricism, incredible technique and love for the music. Raphael has been critically acclaimed as one of the most swinging mainstream jazz pianists today,
Wether it is on a real swinging version of "Wouldn't It Be Loverly" where one hears the reminiscent sound of the Oscar Peterson/Joe Pass collaboration, or a faster than fast version of Back Home in Indiana, where Raphael supplies a Tatum-esque stride left hand against Alden's fluid lines, or the emotional lyricism of It Might As Well Be Spring, these two make a lot of great musical listening. Carla Lilien, jazz presenter on Pure Jazz Radio has stated "I am reminded on hearing this album, of the collaboration of Jim Hall/Bill Evans. According to jazz journalist Marcia Hillman this is great jazz and "isn't it Loverly?"



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