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    Some of my favorite jazz albums are piano and upright bass duets. Please name some of your favorite albums. I'll get it started with Kenny Barron and Dave Holland - The Art of Conversation.

    Thanks,
    Ken
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    Ahmad Jamal - Ahmad Jamal's Alhambra

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    • #3
      Charlie Haden & John Taylor - Nightfall
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      • #4
        Duke Ellington and Ray Brown, "This One's for Blanton" on Pablo label.

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        • RandyRobinson
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          Walked into to my local record store today and found a 1975 Pablo of this for $7. It is excellent!

      • #5
        Charlie Haden again- Closeness. This one should be in everyone's collection- great album and well produced with some master accompaniment .Click image for larger version

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        • #6
          I have more trios (added drums) than duets in my collection of jazz Lps which isn't much.
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          • #7
            Soular Energy - Ray Brown trio

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            • #8
              Man I'm searching through my collection and can't pull many duets out. I do have the Blanton Gus mentioned above. Does Duets count with Wasserman? Or maybe Ella's Let No Man Write My Epitaph? Vocals and piano.
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              • mkuller
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                Duets was what came to my mind.

            • #9
              how about the Bennett - Evans album?
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              • Rob
                Rob commented
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                unless Bennett is playing an upright bass that's not what the OP is asking for.

              • JCOConnell
                JCOConnell commented
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                someone else suggested ella and piano....

            • #10
              Here are two more CDs that are smooth and mellow with beautifully recorded jazz standards.

              The CDs are Last Dance and Jasmine.
              Keith Jarrett - Piano
              Charlie Haden - Double Bass

              Best,
              Ken
              Last edited by Alpinist; 01-13-2017, 11:29 PM.
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              • #11
                Originally posted by Gusf View Post
                Duke Ellington and Ray Brown, "This One's for Blanton" on Pablo label.
                That's a good one for sure.
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                • #12
                  Oliver Jones et Charlie Biddle "Festival international De Jazz De Montreal". Brilliant performances and well recorded. Worth seeking out

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                  • Gusf
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                    Thanks, I will be on the lookout for this.
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