Tommy Flanagan – Jazz Poet |FULL ABLUM| Posted on May 31, 2019May 31, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation International Surgery: Tutorial on Getting Started for AuthorsNew Writers on their WriteNow Experience 48 thoughts on “Tommy Flanagan – Jazz Poet |FULL ABLUM|” I wish I could claim a lineage to this man. Beautiful Reply My Uncle was for sure talent too bad I never got to meet him💔 Reply One of the great bud Powell students. Reply He's likely been mentioned here somewhere, but I'll add him anyway: Gene Harris Reply grande nome comunque…complimenti Reply so glad you uploaded the full ablum Reply The bass player.Great.George Mraz. Reply Tommy was the sound of love! Reply I love this song Reply Wow Kenny Washington is killin it on this album ! Superb brush work !! Reply Lovely touch. Reply ..so beautiful. .love it. Reply 16:30 is fire. Reply ABLUM Reply this is one of my favorite pianist Reply @ John Calvin – Elmo Hope Meditations Reply Great pianist…one of the best Reply amazing!!! Reply Fantastic record, Fantastic band…Great work!!! Reply Utterly musical. Seemingly effortless melodicism, and such restraint. My favorite pianist by a stretch. Reply Two more: Marian McPartland and Jessica Williams, both exquisite pianists. Then there's the new kid on the block, Joey Alexander. Reply bright and clear as a sunny day in love… [what.a.masterpiece.!] Reply To Dexter Gordon's a year ago: I suggest trying Joe Ascione's brushwork on 'Vignola Plays Gershwin" . Try Ray Brinker, drummer for Tierney Sutton. Sorry don't recall which albums or songs. Old school: Jeff Hamilton, with Monty or Diana Krall. Reply Forgot to mention Aaron Diehl and Christian Sands, from the "youth movement". Good stuff. Reply To John Calvin's of 11 months ago, may I suggest trying Jamaican pianist Monty Alexander, either early or recently, with "Harlem Kingston Express" from Dizzy's Coca Cola Club. A virtuoso musician. Swings with reggae. Also suggest Hank Jones, Dave Brubeck, Bobby Timmons, Horace Silver. Pl. help keep jazz alive. Reply That bass solo in the first track was sweet!! Reply what the reverbuck ? Damned, it's the sustain pedal ! Great ! Reply genious this guy so soft his music thanks for the share Reply my favorites would include Horace Parlan, Cedar Walton, Roland Hanna, George Cables, Ron Burton. Reply Pianists Phineas Newborne, Jr., Hampton Hawes, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Rowles, Bill Charlap, Renee Rosnes, Pete Jolly, Frank Collett, Gerald Wiggins, Frank Strazzeri, Don Friedman, just a few. Victor Feldman. Reply A fantastic jazz piano player and a lovely man so I am told. Reply mmmmmmmmmmm Reply 8 fools Reply Very very very good! Guys, listen to this as you have a nice dinner with red wine! Reply Very very good stuff… Reply Simply Awesome Music..♦♥♦ Reply fantastic! Reply https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_jazz_pianists Reply lovely, just lovely…. Reply red garland Reply oh and mustn't forget if you're new this – the GREATEST of all time (most agree) Art Tatum ("god is in the house. ") Reply all great recommendations John but if you like Tommy you MUST listen to Hank Jones as well. those two pianists more than any others upheld a tradition of tough elegance in jazz pianism that is hard to find today. another one is the great Kenny Barron whose great career spans many decades and genres but made a string of albums for verve in the 90's that are varied and consistently great. jazz piano has its own tradition that of course intersects with classical but also a stream that is its own thing (monk garner Mal Waldron Bobby Timmons that's JAZZ piano) Reply I've just started listening to jazz….any other jazz pianists such as Mr. Flanagan you would recommend for me to listen to ? Reply I used to worry about whether or not the Jazz Fan base was staying large enough to keep this beautiful, expressive, intelligent art form from joining the Dinosaurs. Seeing comments on YouTube calms my fears a bit. What can be more beautiful than this music? KG Reply wowowowow Reply George Mraz is an incredible soloist! It's a shame his solos are quiet in the mix. Reply Beautiful!!! Thanks for posting this awsome music. Do you know any of jazz poets who play saxophone? Reply Only an advanced human could play like this. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.