It Might As Well Be Spring - Patti Bown - Patti Bown Plays Big Piano! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • PATTI BOWN PLAYS BIG PIANO! Musicians: Patti Bown: piano; Joe Benjamin: bass; Ed Shaughnessy: drums. Columbia CL high fidelity, red label w/six white-on-black "eye" logos.
  • Tracklist Nothin But the Truth (Bown) It Might as Well Be Spring (Rodgers-Hammerstein II) Waltz de Funk (Bown) Im Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair (Rodgers-Hammerstein II)
  • From she worked as a soloist in New York City, playing early on in sessions with Billy Eckstine and Jimmy Rushing. She released an album under her own name, Patti Bown Plays Big Piano, in for Columbia Records. The next year she was invited by Quincy Jones to join an orchestra for the European tour of the musical Free and Easy.
  • PATTI BOWN PLAYS BIG PIANO--VG++/VG+ Promotional Album by jazz pianist Patti Bown--on Columbia (6-eye logo label)This is the self-titled LP, PATTI BOWN PLAYS BIG PIANO(Columbia CLmonoPromo).The label is a standard red Columbia label (not white), and has a factory-placed sticker on the Side 2 label: "For Demonstration Use Only--Not For Sale"; "Demonstration--Not .
  • Jul 01,  · PATTI BOWN, who played in the Kool Jazz Festival's daily series of piano soloists at Carnegie Recital Hall on Tuesday, is a free spirit who is not bound by traditional ways of doing things.
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  • Patti Bown Plays Big Piano is superbly entertaining piano trio jazz and offers not only the original version of the bluesy “G’won Train” – which has been considered a descendent of sorts of Ellington’s “Happy Go Lucky Local” (aka “Night Train”) – but several of Miss Bown’s similarly interesting originals.

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