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8 thoughts on “ Broken Windmill - Roger Kellaway Featuring Jim Hall - A Jazz Portrait Of Roger Kellaway (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. With his series of Bobby Darin tributes behind him, Roger Kellaway turned his attention to the inspiration for his 21st century trio -- Oscar Peterson's piano/guitar/bass trios of the s. The King Cole Trio may have been a model, too, but above all, it is Peterson's trios that mostly hover over this collection, right down to the song selection, all but two of which were performed by Peterson.
  2. Nov 16,  · Roger also performed at and served as Musical director for “Tribute To Oscar Peterson” at Carnegie Hall in In the mid ’60′s Kellaway moved to Los Angeles to continue doing studio work, which soon included playing on and then writing film scores.
  3. Find Roger Kellaway discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. A Jazz Portrait of Roger Kellaway: Fresh Sound The Roger Kellaway Trio: Original Jazz Classics Live at Maybeck Recital Hall, Vol. Concord Jazz / Concord Concord Duo Series, Vol. 1: Life's a Take.
  4. 9 rows · Feb 01,  · referencing A Jazz Portrait Of Roger Kellaway, LP, Album, Mono, R 5/5(4).
  5. Roger Kellaway: I don’t know how to answer that, except one of the things I feel is my legacy to the swing, and the reason for that is that some of the music I’ve heard in the last few years is that it doesn’t know anything about the tradition of jazz swinging–and most of .
  6. Listen to Double Fault (feat. Jim Hall) by Roger Kellaway. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline.
  7. A Jazz Portrait of Roger Kellawayg LP. $ Availability: In Stock he would find difficulty in grasping the beauty and humor in older jazz styles. "Roger Kellaway was at the beginning of his professional career when he recorded this album for the long-defunct Regina label in He had recently taken over as the featured pianist at.
  8. A surprisingly nice record – and one of Roger Kellaway's best straight jazz sessions of the 60's! The set's a gently grooving one, featuring many original compositions by Kellaway — played in a playful and freewheeling style that's a lot better than we would have imagined.

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