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Passion Flower: Fred Hersch Plays Billy Strayhorn

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"A gifted pianist of the Bill Evans school, Fred Hersch composed and arranged this voluptuous collection of music by Duke Ellington's creative alter ego..."
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1
Lotus Blossom
00:02:54

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Arranger, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

2
Day Dreams
00:05:21

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Arranger, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

3
U.M.M.G. (Upper Manhattan Medical Group)
00:07:14

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Arranger, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

4
Pretty Girl (The Star-Crossed Lovers)
00:05:28

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Arranger, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

5
Rain Check
00:05:02

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Arranger, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

6
Something to Live For
00:07:55

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Arranger, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

7
Lament for an Orchid (Absinthe)
00:05:43

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Arranger, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

8
Elf (Isfahan)
00:05:11

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Arranger, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

9
Ballad for Very Tired and Very Sad Lotus-Eaters
00:05:10

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Arranger, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

10
Tonk
00:03:16

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums - Jed Distler, Arranger

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

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Passion Flower
00:05:56

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Arranger, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

12
Lush Life
00:03:28

Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Eric Stern, Conductor - Fred Hersch, Producer, Arranger, Piano, MainArtist - Drew Gress, Bass Guitar - Tom Rainey, Drums

© 1996 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

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