Second volume of legendary solo piano recording of the blind Catalan pianist Tete Montoliu recorded on March 17, 1980, at the Alfred Morse Auditorium on the Boston University campus in Boston, Massachusetts. The late Montoliu demonstrates what separates the men from the boys as far as jazz piano is concerned.
Track listing 1. Airegin 2. Lush Life 3. Giant Steps 4. When I Fall In Love 5. A Child Is Born 6. Confirmation 7. Apartment 512 8. Oleo/Come Sunday/Oleo Personnel: Tete Montoliu, piano
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Advance to Barbarism
(Mitre Press, 1968).
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