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Studio album by Mike Garson
Released 1982
Recorded 1982
Genre Jazz, Classical
Length 55:26
Label Reference
Producer Mike Garson
Mike Garson chronology
Avant Garson

Jazzical is the second solo album by jazz pianist Mike Garson. It was released in 1982.


The expression "jazzical" was first used by Charles Mingus as the title of his two-part album Jazzical Moods (1955). "Jazzical" connotes a blend of jazz and classical musics, as does the musical theory Third Stream.

Track listing[edit]

  1. melancholy 8:23
  2. reverie 3:09
  3. you're one of a kind 3:49
  4. umpires 3:29
  5. song for thee 4:11
  6. reflections 5:00
  7. prelude in e minor 4:33
  8. jazzical suite (parts I-III) 9:37