What Is This Thing Called Love - Art Tatum - Gene Norman Presents Art Tatum At The Piano Volume Two (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jul 22,  · Similarly, although the Art Tatum Touch CD logically includes most of the contents of the two corresponding LPs, two songs are left out. In a few cases, songs recorded in , on CDs of new material, appear again in collections of mostly repeat analog material!
  2. Arthur "Art" Tatum, Jr. (/ˈteɪtəm/, October 13, – November 5, ) was an American jazz pianist. Tatum is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest jazz pianists of all time, and was a major influence on later generations of jazz pianists. He was hailed for the technical proficiency of his performances, which set a new standard for jazz piano virtuosity. Critic Scott Yanow wrote.
  3. The Album TATUM,ART / WEBSTER,BEN. CD: $ The Tatum Group Master Art Tatum. CD: $ MP3: $ 20th Century Piano Gen Art Tatum. $ Complete Jazz Chronica Art Tatum. $ Tatum Group Masterpiec Art Tatum. CD My One And Only Love 8 Tea For Two 9 Tea For Two 10 Moonglow
  4. Art Tatum, the man was said, “There is no such thing as a wrong note,” was an amazing African-American jazz pianist whose technique impressed not only jazz musicians but also classically trained pianists. Both Sergei Rachmaninoff and Vladimir Horowitz claimed he was the greatest piano player in any style, and Gershwin was a huge fan as well.
  5. Jan 01,  · Today, Art Tatum would have been His music survives and continues to astound. This weekend, after working my way through his Solo and Group Masterpieces on Pablo, which included such collaborators as Roy Eldridge, Lionel Hampton and Ben Webster, I’m listening to a Verve reissue, 20th Century Piano Genius, recorded live at several Beverly Hills parties in the ’50s.
  6. The Beginner's Guide To Art Tatum. by. Ron Drotos. Art Tatum was one of the greatest pianists who ever lived. He’s also one of the most difficult to listen to when you first hear him play. In fact, it’s taken me decades to get to the point where I can follow along with him and appreciate what he’s doing, in real time, as he plays a jazz.
  7. Early life. Tatum's mother, Mildred Hoskins, was born in Martinsville, Virginia, around , and was a domestic worker. His father, Arthur Tatum Sr., was born in Statesville, North Carolina, and had steady employment as a mechanic. In , they made their way from North Carolina to begin a new life in Toledo, Ohio. The couple had four children; Art was the oldest to survive, and was born in.
  8. ART TATUM Vinyl Records and CDs: Art Tatum was a genius. His rapid-fire piano runs still dazzle. Decades ahead of his time, he could entertain the audience while leaving his fellow musicians' jaws hanging open with harmonic improvisations that didn't seem to have any precedent. Legally blind, he thrived in trio settings but really broke free.

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