One of the most lyrical works of this most original of contemporary jazz pianists lovingly recorded by the audiophile Danish SteepleChase label.
Track Listing 1. I'm Glad There Is You 2. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town 3. Lover Man 4. All The Things You Are 5. Long Ago And Far Away 6. Black And Blue 7. How Long Has This Been Going On 8. A.R.B. 9. Blues Waltz 10. I Wish I Knew 11. If I'm Lucky 12. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To 13. I Can't Get Started 14. The Theme 15. Becky 16. Bolivar Blues 17. Goodbye
Personnel Billy Hart (drums); Jesper Lundgaard (bass); Paul Bley (piano)
Recorded at Sound Track Studios, Copenhagen, December 8, 1985
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Advance to Barbarism
(Mitre Press, 1968).
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