This review is from: Live At The Kennedy Center Volume 1 (Audio CD)
I have a few Mulgrew Miller CD's ( Live At Yoshi's Vol 1 + 11 , and both Live At Kennedy Center ones ) , and all are very consistent .
Obviously influenced by McCoy Tyner ( prior to his heavier phase of the early - mid 1970's ) , and stylistically similar to John Hicks , he also is very much like Hicks in the sense that he is old-fashioned , and I mean that in the best possible way .
Lovely tunes , flawlessly played and with good support from the other players , make this a nice listening experience .
It is also well recorded , and has a nice ambience to it .
Very highly recommended , with a very nice version of the Hoagy Carmichael classic , Skylark , being a particular stand out .
Rather sadly no longer with us , he passed away some months earlier , it is fortunate that this music gives us something of note to remember him by .