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Album Review

Eddie Diehl has long been respected among his fellow jazz musicians, but finally makes his recording debut as a leader with on one of the first CDs issued by a new label, Lineage. It's quite a plus to have a co-leader like veteran pianist Hank Jones, along with having bassist John Webber and drummer Mickey Roker. While Diehl has a fluid touch on his instrument, he seems just as happy featuring his bandmates as himself. While the two standards from the Rodgers & Hart songbook are enjoyable, the interpretations of less-frequently heard works like the bop gem "Swedish Schnapps," Oscar Pettiford's intricate blues "Swinging Till the Girls Come Home," and Ellington sideman Harold Ousley's gently swinging "Aquarian Melody" are the tracks that command one's attention. Diehl also contributed a pair

of choice originals. The informal air of this recording session almost make it sound like a gathering of old friends playing late at night for their own amusement; hopefully, Eddie Diehl won't have to wait long for an opportunity to lead another record date.

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