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Claude Williamson (Remastered 2014)

Claude Williamson

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1
June Bug
Claude Williamson; Don Prell; Chuck Flores
3:41
2
Jersey Bounce
Claude Williamson; Don Prell; Chuck Flores
6:10
3
Moonlight in Vermont
Claude Williamson; Don Prell; Chuck Flores
3:41
4
I'll Remember April
Claude Williamson; Don Prell; Chuck Flores
4:58
5
The Last Time I Saw Paris
Claude Williamson; Don Prell; Chuck Flores
4:32
6
Blue Notoriety
Claude Williamson; Don Prell; Chuck Flores
6:05
7
Embraceable You
Claude Williamson; Don Prell; Chuck Flores
2:30
8
Have You Met Miss Jones?
Claude Williamson; Don Prell; Chuck Flores
3:33
9
Hallelujah
Claude Williamson; Don Prell; Chuck Flores
2:48
Total Playing Time    37:58
"In the very early 1950s, Los Angeles was awash in jazz pianists who could play with ferocious speed and delicate grace ... Russ Freeman, Marty Paich, Hampton Hawes, Victor Feldman ... but perhaps the most overlooked member of this silky-swinger set is Claude Williamson."
- JazzWax.com

American jazz pianist Claude Williamson, although born in Vermont, moved to California early in his career and worked with West Coast jazz heavyweights Art Pepper, Max Roach, Bud Shank and Stan Levey. Williamson also spent a portion of his career in television, starting in the late 1960s, including stints with both The Andy Williams Show and Sonny and Cher. On this 1956 release, a mix of Williamson originals and standards, the pianist is backed by bassist Don Prell and drummer Chuck Flores.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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