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"...THE PIANIST is a worthy Holocaust drama and a welcome return to form for Roman Polanski..." Box Office "...A monument to the indestructibility of the human spirit..." Film Comment "...THE PIANIST achieves the monumental without abandoning the modesty of its origins....Polanski's strange genius serves Szpilman's remembrance..." Los Angeles Times "...Mr. Polanski approaches this material with a calm, fierce authority. This is certainly the best work Mr. Polanski has done in many years..." New York Times "...[Polanski] brings history to life....It stays with you..." USA Today "...One of the most quietly moving stories in survivor literature, and now the cinema....Polanski tells the story with all of his cinematic mastery..." Premiere "...[A film] of riveting power and sadness, a great match of film and filmmaker -- and star, too..." Entertainment Weekly "...A portrait of hell so shattering it's impossible to shake..." Rolling Stone "...A work of sustained tension and ferocious clarity, and as near-perfect a marriage of subject and artist as could be imagined..." Sight and Sound46.56009

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"...THE PIANIST is a worthy Holocaust drama and a welcome return to form for Roman Polanski..." Box Office "...A monument to the indestructibility of the human spirit..." Film Comment "...THE PIANIST achieves the monumental without abandoning the modesty of its origins....Polanski's strange genius serves Szpilman's remembrance..." Los Angeles Times "...Mr. Polanski approaches this material with a calm, fierce authority. This is certainly the best work Mr. Polanski has done in many years..." New York Times "...[Polanski] brings history to life....It stays with you..." USA Today "...One of the most quietly moving stories in survivor literature, and now the cinema....Polanski tells the story with all of his cinematic mastery..." Premiere "...[A film] of riveting power and sadness, a great match of film and filmmaker -- and star, too..." Entertainment Weekly "...A portrait of hell so shattering it's impossible to shake..." Rolling Stone "...A work of sustained tension and ferocious clarity, and as near-perfect a marriage of subject and artist as could be imagined..." Sight and Sound33.37183

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JazzTimes (p.99) - "No one reworks the harmonic patterns of standards with the imagination of pianist Ted Howe."0.3472869

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Q (11/96, p.152) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...reissues of solo dates like this one, on which he tears through material that is either old or not-quite-as-old, are welcome..."JazzTimes (3/97, p.99) - "...made...at the time of Hines' comeback, when he was still given to styling himself a `band pianist' and not `a soloist,' but here is a splendid demonstration of how ready he was in the latter capacity..."0.3007593

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JazzTimes (11/94, p.94) - "...This is the debut CD of a young pianist with strong technique and style....[OH! LOOK AT ME NOW!] is an excellent piece of work..."0.2778295

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Mojo (Publisher) (1/02, p.100) - "...octogenarian pianist reviving his classic '50s lounge combo sound; ultra-polite on the surface, but full of sly harmonic wit..."0.2778295

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JazzTimes (p.107) - "[I]ncreasingly assured and interesting....[I]t proves that Peter the pianist has as bright a future as Peter the singer."0.2778295

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Living Blues (p.75) - "[A]n evocative and affectionate look at the pianist's latter-day career as an expatriate blues celebrity."0.2778295

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JazzTimes (5/01, pp.126-8) - "...Offers arrangements by altoist Chris Merz, pianist Walt Gwardyak, altoist John Mastroianni and trumpeter Phil Person....emphasizing straightahead swing, with notable solos..."0.2778295

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JazzTimes (p.120) - "It's a singular accomplishment for a woman whose virtuosity, energy and adventurousness, even more than her polystylism, make her nothing less than a singular pianist."0.2778295

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JazzTimes (p.102) - "Berg, Berghofer and Field operate together with empathy. There's a lot of listening going on. This is not just another recording of a pianist with accompaniment, but a unified trio."0.2778295

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Down Beat (p.70) - 4 stars out of 5 - "The late pianist Kenny Kirkland and bassist Charles Fambrough round out the trio, drenched with hard bop grooves and eloquent treatments."0.2778295

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JazzTimes (p.116) - "[T]he great success of STORYTELLER is in the telling. Crispell remains a strikingly lyrical pianist, and Motian is clearly inspired."0.2778295

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JazzTimes (4/03, p.100) - "...It is a trombone showcase, but pianist Scott's solos, dancing with vitality, are among the CD's best..."0.2778295

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JazzTimes (p.80) - "Siegel is a pianist whose best stuff has always been acoustic-based jazz, and he's firmly inside that zone on DEPARTURE..."0.2778295

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Down Beat (p.76) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[L]aced with the great pianist Sonny Clark and the snappy rhythm work of bassist Doug Watkins..."0.2778295

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Mojo (Publisher) (10/03, p.132) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...This jazz pianist-turned-vocalist cut some fine funky fusion..."0.2778295

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JazzTimes (4/00, p.113) - "...There is more than enough brilliance here to satisfy listeners who recognize Hawes as one of the finest of the pianists who grew out of Bud Powell..."0.2778295

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JazzTimes (5/03, pp.161-85) - "...A day when the Muse spoke as perhaps it has never spoken since to a jazz pianist in a live setting..."0.2778295

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JazzTimes (p.120) - "It's a singular accomplishment for a woman whose virtuosity, energy and adventurousness, even more than her polystylism, make her nothing less than a singular pianist."0.2778295

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JazzTimes (p.64) - "The sound is huge yet tight and precise, and Randy and pianist Jim Beard create a high-octane sound that embraces both the past and the future."0.2778295

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Down Beat (9/00, p.68) - 4.5 stars out of 5 - "...Superb....The pianist feels the flow, while bassist Paul Chambers plays unbelievably....staying primarily at the slow-groove to medium-swing zone..."0.2431008

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Down Beat (12/91) - 4 Stars - Very Good - "...Few jazz pianists have so adeptly combined technical prowess with tradition-reverent poetry... the pinnacle here is..his solo reading of `Old Folks'..."0.2431008

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JazzTimes (7-8/95, pp.117-118) - "Brubeck is as interesting a pianist in his own sweet way as Thelonious Monk was. Who else combines such wistful melodicism, such delicious stride, two-part invention, rhythmic superimposition and chordal density?..."0.2431008

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Mojo (Publisher) (p.110) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[With] the echoing, rippling 'The Deadly Nightshade' and the eerie 'Telco', where electronics drift through a simple melody played by Lanois and pianist Brad Mehldau."0.2431008

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Record Collector (magazine) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his 22-track assemblage offers a fascinating glimpse of the pianist in experimental mode, before he eschewed electronic instruments altogether."0.2431008

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Musician (2/93, p.94) - "...One of the greatest piano trio recordings in the history of jazz. Newborn sounds at once like all of Miles' pianists run through a harmonic sanctifier, giving another shape and color to both bop and the blues..."0.2431008

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Dirty Linen (10-11/99, p.75) - "...provides a generous helping of the pianist's ornate barrelhouse style and his throaty, powerful vocals....captures [one] of Chicago's best electric bluesmen in their prime..."0.2431008

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Down Beat (11/94, p.58) - 3 Stars - Good - "...an album balanced by restraint...The pianist's forte is the blues, of which there are four...uses dynamics effectively..."0.2431008

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Musician (1/96, pp.88-90) - "...a set of duos recorded for broadcast to Korean War troops over Radio Canada...a young pianist who never stops pushing....Peterson's rhythms easily compensate for the absence of drums..."0.2431008

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Record Collector (magazine) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]his 22-track assemblage offers a fascinating glimpse of the pianist in experimental mode, before he eschewed electronic instruments altogether."0.2431008

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