Art Tatum – Greatest Hits (FULL ALBUM – GREATEST JAZZ PIANIST)

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Art Tatum – Greatest Hits (FULL ALBUM)
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Arthur Tatum Jr. (/ˈteɪtəm/, October 13, 1909 – November 5, 1956) was an American jazz pianist.

Tatum is widely considered one of the greatest jazz pianists of all time. His performances were hailed for their technical proficiency and creativity, which set a new standard for jazz piano virtuosity. Critic Scott Yanow wrote, “Tatum’s quick reflexes and boundless imagination kept his improvisations filled with fresh (and sometimes futuristic) ideas that put him way ahead of his contemporaries.”

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  1. Tatum, directly or indirectly, influence just about every jazz pianist from Bud Powell and Bill Evans to the current greats.

  2. Yes indeed Art Tatum. However, I gotta believe that Erroll Garrnor got his earful from Tatum and told himself he can do this although more melodically and with that smooth left hand strumming away. Could have been cool to see those creationists together talking via two pianos!

    Sure miss those greats!
    Dean
    Seattle

  3. Throw Oscar Peterson and Linton Garner into the mix with honorable mention to Bill Evans and Keith Jarret for being closer to pure improv

  4. Im very happy these black men from the turn of the 20th century left behind something to be proud of. Inspiring for young black youths looking to be uplifted. I listened to a bio of Hazel Scott yesterday. Never heard of her until then. What a wonder of the world she was also.

  5. Unbelievable Piano playing, perhaps one of the best all time piano players, when you listen to way Art, phrases his music, Maybe Erroll Garner, then Oscar Peterson, could even come close!! Nat King Cole, Count Basie, George Shearing, and Andre Previn, will have you glued to your seat!! All of these people are excellent musicians!!!

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