St. Louis Blues (Remastered) Teddy Wilson

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  • 1How High the Moon04:00
  • 2Keeping out of Mischief Now04:25
  • 3Don't Be That Way04:40
  • 4Somebody Loves Me03:35
  • 5St. Louis Blues05:28
  • 6I'll Remember April05:02
  • 7If I Had You02:47
  • 8I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling02:55
  • 9Prelude to a Kiss02:55
  • 10You're Blase02:42
  • 11When You're Smiling03:33
  • 12Easy Living02:46
  • Total Runtime44:48

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Universally regarded as one of the supreme keyboard masters of the swing era, Teddy Wilson refined the stride piano tradition established by James P. Johnson and Fats Waller and introduced qualities of elegance, delicacy and finesse that earned him wide-spread acclaim and a great number of imitators

Whitney Balliett, one of America’s most distinguished jazz writers, produced a fine appreciation of Teddy Wilson in one of his New York Times columns in 1972 when he wrote: “Teddy Wilson is a marvel and we must not take him for granted”. He went on to describe Wilson’s “feathery arpeggios, the easy, floating left hand, the impeccable rhythmic sense, the intense clusters of notes that believe the cool mask he wear when he plays”.

The playing of Teddy Wilson on this album totally endorses writer Otis Ferguson’s evaluation when he said that Wilson’s improvisations are “so clear and lasting, so eternally unpredictable yet easy and right, that they rise above the common accepted habits of the medium and the time” (Mike Hennessey)

Teddy Wilson, piano

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