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This laid-back, subdued medium swinger comes from a later Art Farmer recording. It has pedal-like rhythm section figures, and piano comping rhythms indicated in the lead sheets.

Fritz Pauer

October 14, 1943 – July 1, 2012

Born in Vienna, Austria, acclaimed European pianist and composer Fritz Pauer began his career in the early 1960s, making his first recording (at age 19) with the Hans Koller quartet in 1962. He moved to Berlin, Germany, 1964-68, and played at Dug's Night Club & Jazzgalery as accompanist for Herb Geller, Johnny Griffin, Don Byas, Booker Ervin, Dexter Gordon, Leo Wright, Carmell Jones, Pony Poindexter, Jimmy Woode and vocalist Annie Ross, recording with many of them. Read more...

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