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Jazz - Released May 10, 2019 | Sunnyside

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Jazz - Released May 11, 2018 | Sunnyside

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Jazz - Released August 26, 2008 | ECM

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Jazz - Released July 8, 2014 | Sunnyside

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. ~ Matt Collar
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Jazz - Released November 13, 2015 | SBCMG

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Jazz - Released December 26, 2014 | Columbia

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Jazz - Released October 16, 1967 | Columbia - Legacy

Denny Zeitlin's fourth Columbia record has a pair of studio sessions featuring two separate trios, but both show his growing interest in abstract arrangements; the music is so exciting that one could believe it was recorded before a live audience if not for the pristine sound. Charlie Haden and Jerry Granelli join him on the pianist's long free piece "Mirage." After replacing them with bassist Joe Halpin and drummer Oliver Johnson, Zeitlin packs a powerful wallop with an aggressive dissonant take of "I Got Rhythm." Briefly available as a reissue in the 1970s, this fine LP deserves to be out on CD. ~ Ken Dryden
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Jazz - Released December 12, 2014 | Columbia

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Jazz - Released July 3, 2012 | Sunnyside

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Jazz - Released July 16, 2013 | Sunnyside

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Jazz - Released June 21, 2011 | Sunnyside

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Jazz - Released May 18, 2010 | Sunnyside

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Jazz - Released February 10, 2009 | Sunnyside

Pianist Denny Zeitlin's first of two albums for Windham Hill Jazz shows off his roots in Bill Evans along with his own musical personality. Teamed up with bassist Joel DiBartolo and drummer Peter Donald, Zeitlin is in superior form on five of his originals, Charles Mingus' "Goodbye Porkpie Hat," "All The Things You Are," J.J. Johnson's "Lament" and Ornette Coleman's "Turnaround." An excellent all-around showcase for the part-time pianist who holds a day job as a psychiatrist. ~ Scott Yanow