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Mary Anne Jackson - The Wild Piano Of Mary Anne Jackson download mp3 album
Performer:
Mary Anne Jackson
Album:
The Wild Piano Of Mary Anne Jackson
Style:
Cool Jazz
FLAC vers. size:
1799 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1292 mb
WMA vers. size:
1252 mb
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Tracklist

A1 Step Right Up 2:30
A2 And So To Bed 3:45
A3 Wild Blues 2:43
A4 Six Bits 2:30
A5 54-40 Or Fight 2:25
A6 Jackson Park 2:35
B1 Who's To Know 4:25
B2 Now Then 2:35
B3 Then Now 3:19
B4 What Then 4:30
B5 Billy Boy 4:35

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Morton Simon
  • Piano, Composed By – Mary Anne Jackson

Notes

The second Steve Allen LP issued under a pseudonym, though instead of being a deceased, obscure African-American male boogie woogie pianist, Allen posed as a living African-American female pianist with a wild flare. The woman pictured on the album jacket was the Allen family's housekeeper at the time, decked out in some of Jayne Meadows' jewelry. Once again more than a few jazz critics were fooled until the secret came out.