Piano Starts Here: Live at the Shrine/Zenph Re-Performance ()

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  1. Tea for Two
  2. St. Louis Blues
  3. Tiger Rag
  4. Sophisticated Lady
  5. Humoresque
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  1. Tea for Two
  2. St. Louis Blues
  3. Tiger Rag
  4. Sophisticated Lady
  5. Humoresque
  6. Tatum Pole Boogie
  7. Someone to Watch Over Me
  8. How High the Moon
  9. Yesterdays
  10. Willow Weep for Me
  11. The Kerry Dance
  12. Gershwin Medley
  13. I Know That You Know
  14. Tea for Two
  15. St. Louis Blues
  16. Tiger Rag
  17. Sophisticated Lady
  18. Humoresque
  19. Tatum Pole Boogie
  20. Someone to Watch Over Me
  21. How High the Moon
  22. Yesterdays
  23. Willow Weep for Me
  24. The Kerry Dance
  25. Gershwin Medley
  26. I Know That You Know
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For many serious jazz fans, no pianist has ever approached the technical mastery of Art Tatum, though his virtuoso skills usually meant he was at his best unaccompanied. Many of his recordings from the 1930s and '40s were limited by the deficiencies of recording methods at the time. Piano Starts Here, long considered one of Tatum's definitive albums, combined four solos from a 1933 studio session (his first as a soloist, aside from a test pressing a year earlier), and a fabulous solo concert at the Shrine Auditorium in 1949 ...

Piano Starts Here: Live at the Shrine/Zenph Re-Performance 2008, Zenph/Sony BMG Masterworks

UPC: 886972221823

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