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Re-record of classic Art Tatum in LA - Free Tickets
(Published: September 13, 2007)

Art Tatum
Live at the Shrine

Imagine sitting in the room and hearing Art Tatum play in person. Join us,

September 23, 2007 at 5pm
in LA's Shrine Auditorium

Jazz pianist Art Tatum was recorded live in Los Angeles on April 2, 1949. That recording is available today on the Sony CD Piano Starts Here. "He was the greatest soloist in jazz history, regardless of instrument," jazz critic Leonard Feather wrote in the liner notes. It is one of the best loved jazz albums ever, and has been in print for more than fifty years.

But, it was locked forever in the rough monaural sound of its time, until now.
Sony BMG is recording a new re-performance of the entire "Piano Starts Here" album, before a live audience at the original venue, the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

Be part of history: be in the audience and be on the recording!

For info on how to free pickup tickets: ringcyclemusic@aol.com

More Information: http://zenph.com/PianoStartsHere.html

Submitted By: Bill Berger

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