|A1||This Can't Be Love|
|A2||All The Things You Are|
|B1||I Won't Dance|
|B4||Body And Soul|
|B5||What Is This Thing Called Love|
Arthur Tatum Jr. (/ˈteɪtəm/, October 13, 1909 – November 5, 1956) was an American jazz pianist. Tatum grew up in Toledo, Ohio, where he began playing professionally and had his own radio program, rebroadcast nationwide, while still in his teens. He left Toledo in 1932 and had residencies as a solo pianist at clubs in major urban centers including New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
The Genius of Art Tatum is a 1953-4 series of solo albums by jazz pianist Art Tatum originally issued on LP over 11 volumes. First released on the Clef Records label, they were added to the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1978. A 7-CD box-set of these recordings, now under the title of The Complete Pablo Solo Masterpieces, was issued on the Pablo label in July 1991.
Art Tatum (Arthur Tatum, J. October 13, 1909, Toledo, Ohio, USA - November 5, 1956, Los Angeles, California) was an American jazz pianist and virtuoso who played with phenomenal facility despite being nearly blind since birth. Tatum is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest jazz pianists of all time. He was noted for the complexity and speed of his performances, which set a new standard for jazz piano virtuosity.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Night And Day (Album Version). by Art Tatum & Roy Eldridge & John Simmons & Alvin Stoller. Night And Day (Album Version) by Art Tatum & Roy Eldridge & John Simmons & Alvin Stoller. 2. I Won't Dance (Album Version).
Sunday Afternoon Imagination Relaxation Reminiscing. The first of eight CDs reissuing the 119 piano solo performances that Art Tatum recorded for Norman Granz during four marathon record sessions has its moments, although in general this series lacks the excitement of Tatum's earliest recordings. The pianist interprets such standards an this first volume as "Body and Soul," "It's Only a Paper Moon" and "Willow Weep for M.