An excellent keyboardist that has ranged in designs from Costs Evans to Chick Corea and fusion, Andy LaVerne has were able to avoid predictability throughout his profession. He began monitoring as a traditional piano pupil at Juilliard when he was eight. After finding jazz, LaVerne acquired some essential lessons from Costs Evans. He toured with Woody Herman’s big music group (1973-1975), used John Abercrombie, and Miroslav Vitous, and was with Stan Getz’s group during 1977-1980, frequently playing electrical piano. Within the 1980s, he performed using the Brubeck-LaVerne Trio (which also highlighted Chris and Dan Brubeck), documented a tribute to Chick Corea for DMP, and became a active jazz educator. Within the 1990s, LaVerne provides focused on acoustic piano, documenting a single concert at Maybeck Recital Hall. Over time, Andy LaVerne provides recorded being a head for Storyville (1977), Jazzline, SteepleChase, DMP, Triloka, Concord, plus some smaller labels.
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|Mort d'un pourri||1977||"Paris, 5 H Du Matin", "Souvenirs", "Valérie", "Les Camions", "L'Attente", "Getz O Mania", "Mort D'Un Pourri", "Montparnasse", "Cafeteria", "Les Aveux", "Rocquencourt", "Tout Est Tranquille"|
|Stan Getz: A Musical Odyssey||1978||Documentary||Pianist|
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