- Performer:Art Tatum
- Title:The Genius of Art Tatum, Vol. 6
- Style:Swing,Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz,Stride,Boogie-Woogie
- Date of release:December 28, 1953
- Size FLAC version1538 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1221 megabytes
- Size WMA version1659 megabytes
- Formats:ADX AUD DXD MMF AC3 AA
The Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 1 by Art Tatum. The Genius Of Art Tatum Number Eleven by Art Tatum. Here’s Art Tatum by Art Tatum. View all albums . The Genius Of Art Tatum By: Art Tatum (1955, Jazz). 2. I Hadn’t Anyone ‘Til You. 7. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes. More albums from Art Tatum: The Tatum Solo Masterpieces by Art Tatum. The Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 6 by Art Tatum.
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The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Volume Eight is an album by pianist Art Tatum and tenor saxophonist Ben Webster, with Red Callender on double bass and Bill Douglass on drums. The 1956 session was originally released in 1958 on Verve Records album produced by Norman Granz as The Art Tatum - Ben Webster Quartet, but Granz re-acquired the masters in the 1970s after the album was allowed to go out of print
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was issued on the Pablo label in July 1991. Neely, Tim (28 February 2011). Goldmine Jazz Album Price Guide: 50 Years of Jazz on Vinyl. p. 493. ISBN 1-4402-2772-1. "Grammy Hall of Fame". Retrieved October 22, 2018. "The Complete Pablo Solo Masterpieces".
Artist: Tatum, Art Title: Genius Of Art Tatum Genre: Jazz Type: New - LP Label: Verve Catalog ID: MGV 8036 Country: USA Our ID: 131656. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
Fifty Second Street Theme. 5. Between Midnight and Dawn. 8. Song of the Vagabonds. 10. Memories of You. Art Tatum. blue highlight denotes track pick.
For Art Tatum, the piano was a veritable playground, a forum for endless invention. His supreme command of the instrument and his unparalleled sense of timing and touch allowed him to seemingly accomplish whatever he wished. Songs were puzzles to be dismantled and reassembled; melody, harmony, and rhythm were merely variables in the never-ending creation process. Alltogether there are 39 seperate tracks of Art Tatum playing mostly standards in this live recording setup taped at two different Hollywood parties by Ray Heindorf in April 16, 1950 and in July 3, 1955. The 1955 party was probably thrown to celebrate the wrap up of shooting Jack Webb's PETE KELLY'S BLUES although as the booklet notes say, it really seems like a celebration of Art Tatum as much as anything else.
CreditsMaxwell Anderson - Composer
Lorenz Hart - Composer
Ethelbert Nevin - Composer
Mitchell Parish - Composer
Frank Perkins - Composer
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Art Tatum - Piano, Primary Artist
Kurt Weill - Composer
|1||September Song Maxwell Anderson / Kurt Weill||Art Tatum|
|2||Stars Fell on Alabama Mitchell Parish / Frank Perkins||Art Tatum|
|3||Blue Moon Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers||Art Tatum|
|4||Mighty Like a Rose Ethelbert Nevin||Art Tatum|
|5||Stars Fell on Alabama Mitchell Parish / Frank Perkins||Art Tatum|
|6||Blue Moon Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers||Art Tatum|