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We continue with my unofficial naming of September as Franklin Mint Month since there is so much good music in this collection, The Greatest Jazz Recordings of All Time. And back to the keyboards we go for a talent whose technical ability was regarded by fellow musicians as extraordinary. So get ready for the greatest piano virtuoso Jazz has known in Volume 89 : Tatum on Keys.

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Credits and Copyrights:

Various – Jazz Masters Of The Keyboard Vol. I
Label: The Franklin Mint Record Society – FM JAZZ 010
Series: The Greatest Jazz Recordings Of All Time, Institute Of Jazz Studies Official Archive Collection
Format: 4 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Red Box and Vinyl Box Set
Country: Sweden
Released: 1982
Genre: Jazz
 
Tea For Two
1924 song composed by Vincent Youmans
 
I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
written in 1937 by Irving Berlin
 
Tiger Rag
Nick La Rocca, Eddie Edwards, Henry Ragas, Tony Sbarbaro, and Larry Shields.
 
Indiana
composed by James F. Hanley in 1917
 
How High The Moon
music by Morgan Lewis in 1940.
 
Cocktails For Two
written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow in 1934
 
Makin’ Whoopee
Composed by Walter Donaldson in 1928
 
I do not own the rights to this music. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain.

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