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Album Review

Pianist Denny Zeitlin's 2014 studio album, Stairway to the Stars, is an intimate, standards-centric, jazz trio album. Joined by bassist Buster Williams and drummer Matt Wilson, Zeitlin delves a batch of atmospheric, lyrical songs including takes on such tunes as "There Will Never Be Another You," "I Could Have Told You," "Spring Is Here," and more. This is romantic, sophisticated music that should appeal to longtime Zeitlin fans and lovers of lyrical jazz alike.

Biography

Born: April 10, 1938 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Zeitlin has one of the more unusual "day gigs" for a jazz musician: he's a psychiatrist. Zeitlin's parents were involved in both music and medicine. They started him on the piano at age two; he continued to study classical music while in elementary school, then began playing jazz in high school. Zeitlin began playing professionally in and around his hometown of Chicago as a teenager. In college, he studied composition and theory with George Russell, Alexander Tcherepnin, and Robert Muczynski while...
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Stairway to the Stars (with Buster Williams & Matt Wilson), Denny Zeitlin
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: Jul 08, 2014

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