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Cakewalk

Artist: James Dickenson

Date of Release: 20/10/2000

Catalogue no: BD7038

Label: Bergen Digital Studio

Price: £11.99

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Track Listing

No

 

Title

Duration

1

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The Cakewalk (Peterson)

4.11

2

 

Kulokk (trad. Norwegian)

5.18

3

 

Beautiful Friendship (Styne/Kahn)

3.23

4

 

Sad One For George (Moore)

3.17

5

 

Poova Nova (Moore)

4.22

6

 

Good Feelings (Juliussen)

3.38

7

 

I Didn't Know What Time It Was (Rodgers/Hart)

4.40

8

 

Karis Vals (Dickenson)

4.08

9

 

Weddin' Walk (Juliussen)

4.39

10

 

Celebration (Juliussen)

3.41

11

 

After Dinner (Juliussen)

2.48

12

 

I Was Born To Be Blue (Wells/Tormé)

3.20

13

 

To Randi (Juliussen)

4.35

14

 

All The Things You Are (Kern)

4.43

 

 

 

 

An album of sophisticated trio jazz, recorded in the concert hall at Maihaugen, Lillehammer, Norway with Tore Skille of Norwegian Radio as engineer.


artists: James Dickenson (piano); Harald Juliussen (bass); Rolv Olav Eide (drums)

 

Reviews

 

03/01/2007 Takashi Kasai, Director, GATS Productions, Tokyo

"This is a wonderful album!"

 

11/11/2000 Live Saetre, Gudbrandsdalen Dagningen, Norway

"A special feature of Dickenson's playing is his elegance and musical authority. He doesn't throw in a single casual tone. All is just as it should be, neither more nor less. The clean-cut and elegant features which hallmark Dickenson's piano playing are also present in Eide's drumming and Harald Juliussen's bass. This is jazz to make you happy, pleasant jazz, melodious jazz".

 

15/08/2000 Georg Reiss, clarinettist, Oslo

"The piano trio is one of jazz's most difficult and most transparent disciplines. And when you know that these are versatile musicians who cover the most from classical baroque to old time dance music the result is even more impressive. That's perhaps just the reason it is so good".

 

01/01/2000 Bert Whyatt, Jazz Journal International


"An unexpected but very interesting album by three highly educated musicians...beautiful performances of melodies by such as Dudley Moore, Rodgers and Hart, Mel Tormé, and five originals by bassist Juliussen. This is sophisticated music and can be considered essential for pianists and those who enjoy jazz piano. Which is all of us, come to think".

 

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