Piano, Photography By – Jean-Michel Pilc. Recorded By – David Baker. Recorded at Sweet Basil, New York City on February 25-28, 1999. Mixed and mastered at Studio LeRoy, Amsterdam on October 22-25, 1999.
Jean-Michel Pilc Trio. 9. All Blues (Bonus Track). Jean-Michel Pilc Trio. 9 Songs, 1 Hour 5 Minutes. Together: Live At Sweet Basil. More Than Ever (feat. Rémi Vignolo, Benjamin Henocq, Richard Galliano & Jean-Michel Pilc).
Jean-Michel Pilc (born 1960 in Paris, France) is a self-taught French-born jazz pianist currently residing in New York. His technical ability has drawn comparisons to Michel Petrucciani, McCoy Tyner, and Cecil Taylor. Of particular note is Pilc's left-hand technique, which provide. ore . Year: 2001. 2. On Green Dolphin Street.
Jean-Michel Pilc moved to New York City in 1995. There, he formed a trio with François Moutin (bass) and Ari Hoenig (drums). They recorded a one-week engagement at the legendary jazz club Sweet Basil and, in 2000, released two CDs: Jean-Michel Pilc Trio – Together – Live at Sweet Basil, NYC – Vol. 1 & 2 (A- Records). Pilc then signed a record deal with Dreyfus Jazz. Pilc’s first album for Dreyfus, Welcome Home (featuring the same trio), was released in 2002. Pilc’s next recording for Dreyfus, Cardinal Points, was released the following year. Jean-Michel Pilc then went back to trio format to record Live at Iridium, NYC, in 2004, New Dreams in 2006,and True Story in 2009 (featuring Billy Hart), all three for Dreyfus Jazz.
Songs: Jean-Michel Pilc - Tea For Two 04:27. Jean-Michel Pilc - Jealousy 04:13. Jean-Michel Pilc - Runaway 06:42. Jean-Michel Pilc - Muriel 05:39. Jean-Michel Pilc - Trio Improvisation 06:54. Jean-Michel Pilc - My One And Only Love 05:50. Jean-Michel Pilc - Bye Bye Blackbird 06:33. Jean-Michel Pilc - Together 03:27.
By Jean-Michel Pilc Trio. 1. Honeysuckle Rose - Jean-Michel, Francois Moutin, Ari Hoenig. All Blues - Bonus Track - Jean-Michel, Francois Moutin, Ari Hoenig. More by Jean-Michel Pilc Trio.
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