David Levin | What Hand Problems?

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What Hand Problems?

by David Levin

New York lounge and classic jazz
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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1. Cheek to Cheek
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2. Someone to Watch over Me
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3. Laura (Instrumental)
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4. I've Got to Sing a Torch Song
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5. The Way You Look Tonight
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6. Never Never Land
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7. Nice Work If You Can Get It
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8. Stars Fell on Alabama
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9. Here's That Rainy Day
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10. Enchanted Cottage (1945)
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11. Wunderbar
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12. How Could We Be Wrong
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13. Till the Clouds Roll By
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14. Somewhere in Time
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15. Isn't This a Lovely Day (To Be Caught in the Rain)
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16. The High and the Mighty
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David Levin is one of the foremost interpreters of classic movie songs and scores and was heavily influenced by swing great, Johnny Guarnieri who he mentored with. He was also heavily influenced by the recordings of early Andre Previn, Art Tatum and Errol Garner. He takes a classical approach to some show tunes and standards as Guarnieri did.

Wrote music critic Nat Freidland in November 2017, "Levin is a true virtuoso of cabaret piano. He was full-time pianist at New York's Rainbow Room. Levin's flashy technique spotlights a vast repertoire. He doesn't need band-in-a-box software backing him from a laptop in order to sound like a complete musical group. His cascade of bass-note runs are topped off with upper-octave filigrees of ornamentation that bring out unexpected highlights of the familiar American Songbook classics."

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