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Album Review

The great stride pianist Ralph Sutton teams up with bassist Milt Hinton and drummer Butch Miles for a spirited concert from Baden, Switzerland. All 14 selections (13 standards plus Fats Waller's "Clothes Line Ballet") had been recorded by Sutton previously but he plays with such enthusiasm and virtuosity that it sounds like he just discovered the joy of such tunes as "Sunday," "Dinah," "Three Little Words" and "All of Me!" This is an exciting and very enjoyable set.

Biography

Born: 04 November 1922 in Hamburg, MO

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '30s, '80s

b. Ralph Earl Sutton, 4 November 1922, Hamburg, Missouri, USA, d. 30 December 2001, Evergreen, Colorado, USA. After playing piano locally for several years, Sutton left NE Missouri State University to join Jack Teagarden in 1941. After a spell of national service Sutton went to St. Louis, where he attracted widespread attention thanks to his participation in a series of radio shows hosted by jazz writer Rudi Blesh. From the late 40s through to the mid-50s he played regularly at Eddie Condon’s club...
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