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Mike Richmond | Turn out the Stars

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Cello is wonderful in jazz. It’s soulful, melodic, and is best in small combos. That’s what you have in Mike Richmond: La Vie en Rose. – Cadence Magazine
Mike Richmond’s fourth cello album focuses on Bill Evans’ music. Award winning bassist Richmond has a long exceptional career performing with Miles Davis, Stan Getz, Dizzy Gillespie, Horace Silver, Gil Evans and others. Richmond has recently been drawn more to playing cello which allows him a greater freedom in refined expressions.

1. Mean To Me (9:10)
2. Waltz For Debbie (8:24)
3. Bill’s Hit Tune (8:46)
4. B Minor Waltz (8:38)
5. Peri’s Scope (6:17)
6. Turn Out The Stars (7:34)
7. Orbit (Unless It’s You) (7:00)
8. You Must Believe In Spring (6:07)

Ahlert, Fred E (1892–1953)
Evans, Bill (1929-80)
Legrand, Michel (1932–2019)
Ahlert: Mean to Me
Evans, B: Bill’s Hit Tune
Evans, B: Orbit (Unless It’s You)
Evans, B: Turn out the Stars
Evans, B: Waltz for Debby
Legrand: You must believe in Spring
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