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|1. I'll Remember April|
|2. Teach Me Tonight|
|3. Mambo Carmel|
|4. Autumn Leaves|
|5. It's All Right With Me|
|6. Red Top|
|7. April In Paris|
|8. They Can't Take That Away From Me|
|9. How Could You Do A Thing Like That To Me|
|10. Where Or When|
|11. Errol's Theme|
Garner had an unbeliveable talent, both for his instrument, and the art of performance. He uses an endless variety of styles that he seamlessly flits between mid solo, from puncuating staccato of individual notes to full on orchestral rolling chords. He is truely a showman of the highest order as well, constantly generating interest and drama in the music, and creating a huge sense of fun.
The recording quality is a bit dodgy, but this is quickly forgotten when listening. His other major album 'Contrasts' is also excellent, though not in quite the same league as this legendary concert.
Here we have Garner swinging in his own inimitable style with a live audience and both loving every minute of it.
Classics such as "April in Paris", "Its all right with me" and "Teach me Tonight" are given the rolling, two handed piano treatment and demonstrate Garners ability to take good music and make it even better.
I defy anyone to listen to this CD and not end up tapping their feet, whistleing the tune and generally feeling that they have heard one of the greatest interpretors of popular music ever born.