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Song Without Words by Richard Thompson

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Album Title: Generations
Label: Origin Records
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Piano trio keeps a steady gait, even when playing with some restraint. Result is a deceptive speed, one that makes it easy to kick back and enjoy the beauty of the tune even as the foot taps out a rapid patter.

About the Album

Generations is a trio comprised of musicians spanning a 30-year age difference. Their musical connection, transcending age and experience, is readily apparent as the trio applies their spin to jazz standards, such as Blues Connotation and I Hear a Rhapsody, and modern originals. Veteran drummer Rich Thompson teams with pianist Chris Ziemba, winner of the 2011 Jacksonville Jazz Piano Competition, and bassist Miles Brown to contribute a dynamic and swinging new recording to the great piano trio lexicon.

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July 5, 2012

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