Tappan/Roberti/Williams | Dancing to the Edge

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Dancing to the Edge

by Tappan/Roberti/Williams

The Tappan/Roberti/Williams Trio has been \"Dancing to the Edge\" together for over ten years with their insightful and lyrically poetic approach to both standards and original fare.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Love You
4:48 album only
2. Hermitage
7:24 album only
3. Three Views of a Sectert
5:31 album only
4. For No One
5:45 album only
5. Lover
5:54 album only
6. Evidence
3:51 album only
7. Waters of March
5:21 album only
8. Sometime Ago
4:33 album only
9. Firefly
6:23 album only


Album Notes
The Tappan/Roberti/Williams Trio plays new versions of jazz standards. MJ Williams, the vocalist, also writes lyrics to songs that haven’t been sung before. The material from this CD was featured on the Montana PBS television show, “11th and Grant”, which described the group: “The \"Tappan/Roberti Trio\" consists of four of the finest jazz players anywhere with Ann Tappan (piano), Kelly Roberti (bass), MJ Williams (vocals), and Brad Edwards (drums). Their sound is the \'state of the art\' jazz that international audiences cherish and yearn for.” The Drumlummon Institute, Helena MT, wrote about the CD,
“Dancing to the Edge is a recording that seems to reveal layers, not only with each listening but also in the single span of its nine selections. One of the pleasures of the CD is that it is neither self-conscious nor self-referential.”



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