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Album Review

Veteran pianist Mark Levine has recorded infrequently, so this trio session is well worth the long wait. His varied program includes a rollicking "Up Jumped Spring," a jaunty version of Duke Ellington's infrequently played "Low Key Lightly," and a luscious "Ask Me Now." The tense title track, written by Mulgrew Miller, will keep listeners transfixed. Levine is also an accomplished composer, with his laid-back Latin-flavored "Linda Chicana" and constantly shifting "After You."


Born: 04 October 1938 in Concord, NH

Genre: Management & Leadership

Years Active: '00s

Mark Levine has long mastered the unusual double of piano and valve trombone, being equally skilled on both instruments. Levine graduated from Boston University in 1960 with a music degree. He moved to New York shortly afterwards, freelancing and playing with a variety of top players including Houston Person (1966), Mongo Santamaria (1969-1970), Willie Bobo (1971-1974), Joe Henderson, and Gabor Szabo. Levine relocated to San Francisco in the mid-'70s where he played with Woody Shaw (1975-1976), the...
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