The Raymond De Felitta Trio | Pre-War Charm

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Pre-War Charm

by The Raymond De Felitta Trio

A collection of memorable jazz standards from the 1930s played in a swinging and melodic style by a straight ahead jazz trio, reminiscent of the best of the Oscar Peterson/George Shearing/Bud Powell trios of the past
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. My Heart Belongs to Daddy
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2. Mine
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3. Drop Me off in Harlem
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4. Blue and Sentimental
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5. Deep in a Dream
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6. Out of Nowhere
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7. I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling
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8. Stars Fell on Alabama
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9. What's New?
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10. You Go to My Head
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11. Deep Purple
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12. Then I'll Be Tired of You
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13. The Way You Look Tonight
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Academy Award nominated filmmaker Raymond De Felitta ("City Island", "Rob The Mob", "Madoff") is also an accomplished jazz pianist with roots that include styles such as Harlem stride, cool bop, straight ahead swing. This collection of thirteen standards from the American Songbook, all written in the pre-World War 2 era, is a swinging, nostalgic and thoughtful tribute to the melodious songs of that era. De Felitta's style is influenced by such pianists as Teddy Wilson, Fats Waller, Earl Hines, Oscar Peterson and George Shearing. In addition to the standard jazz trio instrumentation of piano/bass/drums, three of the tracks are done in the style of the Benny Goodman trio, with the bass eliminated and a clarinet added. There are two solo piano tracks as well. All in all, this one-hour collection of jazz standards will appeal to the serious jazz enthusiast as well as also providing delightful background listening.

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