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One O'Clock Jump
From the album Teddy Wilson Live at the King of France Tavern
Teddy Wilson was born on November 24, 1912, in Austin, Texas. He was one of the greatest jazz pianists of all time, yet Teddy Wilson always played in a melodic swinging style that appealed to the average listener. He gave the impression that he was incapable of making a mistake or playing an inappropriate phrase. The epitome of impeccahle taste, Wilson was the definitive swing pianist. making it all look easy. Much more accessible than t he superhuman Art Tatum, the unpredictable Earl Hines and the virtuosic Oscar Peterson. Wilson sounded like he would be equally at home performing in either a neighborhood bar or a concert hall, happy to play for any audience that was willing to listen.
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