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Ran Blake & Dominique Eade: Whirlpool

Simpatico relationships between vocalists and pianists-Shearing and Cole; Evans and Bennett; Bill Charlap and his mother, Sandy Stewart-are hardly unusual. Occasionally, though, such unions transcend sympathetic rapport and become truly empathetic. The finest example on record emerged in 1961, when trailblazing third-stream pianist Ran Blake and singer Jeanne Lee commingled on The Newest Sound Around. … Read More “Ran Blake & Dominique Eade: Whirlpool”

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