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Live at Bernie's album for sale by Bill Cunliffe was released Jul 23, 2002 on the Groove Note label. This is a hybrid Super Audio CD playable on both regular and Super Audio CD players. Live at Bernie's songs Bill Cunliffe has long been one of Los Angeles' top jazz pianists. His modern mainstream style is flexible (he can play in idioms ranging from swing to fusion), he has his own voice within the tradition, and he is an underrated composer. On Live at Bernie's, Cunliffe performs four standards, three of his own originals, and three obscurities, swinging all the way. ...See Full Description
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Bill Cunliffe - Live at Bernie's Album Track Listing
|2||Waltz For Debby|
|4||Amusing Paramours See All 2|
|8||Like A Dream|
|9||Way You Look Tonight|
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Live at Bernie's songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||4885221|
|Release Date||Jul 23, 2002|
|Engineer||Michael C. Ross|
|Recording Time||60 minutes|
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