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Andre Previn - Previn At Sunset (1945-1946) {1201 Music-Black Lion 9029-2 rel 2001}

André Previn - Previn At Sunset (1945-1946) {1201 Music-Black Lion 9029-2 rel 2001}
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© 1945-46, 2001 1201 Music / Black Lion | 9029-2
Jazz / Cool / West Coast Jazz / Standards / Show Tunes / Trad Jazz / Piano

André Previn was just 16 years old when he recorded the earliest numbers on Previn at Sunset, but he was already a brilliant pianist and a busy arranger at the MGM studios. Most (but not quite all) of the recordings that he made for the Sunset and Monarch labels, among the earliest in his career, are here. A major swing stylist who had not yet been affected by bop, Previn is heard on some unaccompanied solos; in three different trios with such sidemen as guitarists Dave Barbour or Irving Ashby, bassists John Simmons, Eddie Safranski, or Red Callender, and drummer Lee Young; and a couple of jam tunes ("All the Things You Are" and "I Found a New Baby") with a sextet also either Buddy Childers or Howard McGhee on trumpet, altoist Willie Smith, and Vido Musso on tenor. The small group swing performances are quite enjoyable, and the teenage pianist easily keeps up with the other, more famous players.