Jazz pioneer Earl Hines made significant and influential contributions to the world of solo piano playing. This original Atlantic recording documents Hines' famous concert recital recorded live in New York in 1964, during which Hines provided new and enlightening interpretations to standards "I Ain't Got Nobody," "Someone to Watch Over Me," and "St. Louis Blues." On this album, he is backed by Ahmed Abdul-Malik on bass, Oliver Jackson on drums and Budd Johnson on tenor sax.
1.Memories Of You
2.I Ain't Got Nobody
3.Medley: Misty / Satin Doll
4.Tea For Two
5.Someone To Watch Over Me
6.St. Louis Blues
Personnel: Earl Hines (piano); Budd Johnson (tenor saxophone); Ahmed Abdul-Malik (bass); Oliver Jackson (drums).
Recorded live in New York, New York on March 7, 1964. Originally released on Focus (335).
Personnel: Earl Hines (piano); Budd Johnson (tenor saxophone); Oliver Jackson (drums).
Recording information: Little Theatre, New York, NY (03/07/1964).