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October 11, 2007

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Ivan Acosta

I loved your comments on Johnny Richards, now I'll be trying to to get as many as his recordings.
Thanks for Jazzwax.

Ivan Acosta
Latin Jazz USA
10/22/07

Ivan Acosta

I loved your comments on Johnny Richards, now I'll be trying to to get as many as his recordings.
Thanks for Jazzwax.

Ivan Acosta
Latin Jazz USA
10/22/07

Ivan Acosta

I loved your comments on Johnny Richards, now I'll be trying to to get as many as his recordings.
Thanks for Jazzwax.

Ivan Acosta
Latin Jazz USA
10/22/07

Ivan Acosta

I loved your comments on Johnny Richards, now I'll be trying to to get as many as his recordings.
Thanks for Jazzwax.

Ivan Acosta
Latin Jazz USA
10/22/07

David

While Hal may be correct in saying that much of the Brandeis concert doesn't hold up (depending to some extent on which version you have), Bill Evans solo on "All About Rosie" is immortal. It's an atypical idiom for Evans but his solo is absolutely brilliant, without a weak note in it.

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