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Don Ewell

Solo Piano 1967-1973 (2 CD Set)

Catalog # 106

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Tracklist
Disc One

1. Honey Babe (Morton)
2. Caution Blues/My Monday Date/Rosetta (Hines)
3. Sweet Georgia Brown (Bernie - Pinkard - Casey)/Rose of the Rio Grande (Leslie - Warren - Gorman)
4. Love Will Last (Ewell)
5. Honey Hush (Waller)
6. Oh! Baby (Murphey)
7. Davenport Blues (Beiderbecke)
8. Deed I Do (Hirsch - Rose) Recorded at Osbourn High School, Manassas, Virginia, 19 January 1969 (FC106)
9. Save It Pretty Mama/I Want A Little Girl/Cherry (Redman)
10. CCNY Rioter Blues (Ewell),
11. I'm Coming Virginia (Cook - Heyward) 3:07 (From MIS 5) Recorded at Sherman Fairchild Studio, 17 East 65th Street, New York City on May 9, 1969, New York City (FCJ 106, except #14)
12. Buddy's Habit (Nelson)/Carolina Shout (Johnson)/Little Rock Getaway (Sullivan)
13. Careless Love (Handy)
14. Lullaby In Rhythm (Hirsch - Sampson - Profit)
15. Delmar Drag (Ewell)
16. Sunday (Miller - Cohn - Styne - Kreuger)
17. I'm Gonna Stomp Mr. Henry Lee (Teagarden - Kelly -Condon)


Disc Two

1. Spain (Jones - Kahn)
2. Snowy Morning Blues (Johnson)
3. Nobody's Sweetheart (Kahn - Meyers - Erdman - Schoebel)
4. Migrant Worker Blues (Ewell)
5. Someday Sweetheart (Spikes - Spikes) Recorded at Sherman Fairchild Studio, 17 East 65th Street, New York City in September 1969 (CR 106)
6. Take It In Stride (Ewell)
7. Sweet Substitute (Morton)
8. Nice Work If You Can Get It (Gershwin - Gershwin)
9. Indian Summer (Herbert)
10. Get Happy (Arlen -- Koehler)
11. Dr. Heckle and Mr. Jibe (McDonough)
12. Meat Rack Blues (Ewell)
13. Someday You'll Be Sorry (Armstrong)
14. Thou Swell (Rodgers - Hart)
15. 100 Years From Today (Robison)
Recorded at Warp Studios/Downtown Sound, August 20 - 23, 1973, in New York City (CR 127)
16. Keeping Out Of Mischief Now (Waller - Razaf)
17. Blue Turning Grey Over You (Waller - Razaf)
18. Found A New Baby (Palmer - Williams)
Notes: This 2-CD set features the digitally remastered music from three magnificent Don Ewell recordings - originally issued on LPs, recorded between 1969 and 1973. They were first released as "Jazz On A Sunday Afternoon" (Fat Cat Jazz, 1969), "A Jazz Portrait Of The Artist" (Chiaroscuro #CR-106, 1969) and "Take It In Stride" (Chiaroscuro #CR-127, 1973). In addition, this set includes three wonderful never previously issued tracks that were recorded very informally at Sherman Fairchild's home studio in 1967.
Performers: Don Ewell, piano.
Producer: Hank O'Neal
Mastered by: Jon Bates, Downtown Sound & Mix Master
Artwork: Leo Meiersdorff, with graphic enhancement by Ian Clifford