Jazzical

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Jazzical
Studio album by
Released1982
Recorded1982
GenreJazz, Classical
Length55:26
LabelReference
ProducerMike Garson
Mike Garson chronology
Avant Garson
(1979)
Jazzical
(1982)
Serendipity
(1986)

Jazzical is the second solo album by jazz pianist Mike Garson.[1] It was released in 1982.[2]

Background[edit]

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[3]

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Slapper, Clifford (May 1, 2018). "Bowie's Piano Man: The Life of Mike Garson". Rowman & Littlefield – via Google Books.
  2. ^ "Mike Garson - Discography". www.mikegarson.com.
  3. ^ "Ex-Spider From Mars to Invoke Liberace's..." Los Angeles Times. December 29, 1989.