Teddy Wilson bears the proud title of jazz musician pure and simple. That is why the music on this album is of such high standard.
By the time he joined Benny Goodman (at age 23 in 1935) Wilson had mastered aesthetic perfection. He has allowed pure music to speak for him ever since. ‘Whatever elegance means, Teddy Wilson is it!’ These words by Benny Goodman and the Jazz text books that have typecast his individuality with words like ‘urbane’ ‘polished’, ‘poised’ or ‘impeccable’ designate his royal place in the hierarchy of great jazz pianists. Teddy Wilson’s originality has surmounted every trend, both as soloist and as a catalyst for all the greatest musicians of this era.
Wilson is elegant, he is never bland. His subtlety never neglects intensity. And his sense of poise never interferes with his sound of surprise. Teddy Wilson is, most of all, a pure musician.
Teddy Wilson Trio
Teddy Wilson – Piano
Jesper Lundgard – Bass
Ed Thigpen – Drums
Total time: 00:40:37
Burwell, Gershwin, Hickman, McHugh, Meyers, Mills, Schonberger, Snyder, Spikes, Winfree, Youmans, Young
Merging Technologies Horus
René LaFlamme, Transfer from Analog Master Tape to DSD 256
|Original Recording Format|
Karl Emil Knudsen
Recorded June 15th, 1980 Copenhagen
|Recording Type & Bit Rate|
Analog Tape to DSD256
|Release Date||November 3, 2017|
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