Tuesday, May 1, 2012 at 9:46 AM
A longtime favorite of KPLU, the pianist performs with her trio in the station's Seattle studio. Here, she performs two songs with drummer Anthony Pinciotti and Omer Avital, who plays bass and even trots out an oud for the occasion.
When pianist Lynne Arriale released her first album, The Eyes Have It, in 1994, KPLU started playing music from it right away. It was clear to us that Arriale had that "something extra" that separates good musicians from great ones. Over the course of her career, she's continued to build on that quality, so we were especially pleased to finally welcome her as a guest artist in our Seattle performance studio.
"Dance Of The Rain"
"Crawfish & Gumbo"
Lynne Arriale, piano
Omer Avital, bass and oud
Anthony Pinciotti, drummer
Abe Beeson, host; Justin Steyer, videographer and editor. [Copyright 2012 Jazz24]
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