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    Jeff Goldblum jazz album

    Yes! Jeff Goldblum of Independence Day and Jurassic Park fame.
    He has a new jazz album on Capitol that is unbelievably good.
    I highly recommend it if you're into jazz.

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    I watched Jeff on a TV chat show performing "Straighten Up And Fly Right"

    Still can't quite get over it LOL

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    What instrument does he play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robb_k View Post
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    What instrument does he play?
    He plays the piano.

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    I like Jeff Goldblum from all the way back to "Tenspeed and Brown Shoe" with Ben Vereen. I like the fact that he cares nothing about age and is doing what he wants to do now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thanxal View Post
    He plays the piano.
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    Does he really play Jazz piano well enough to be sold competing with Jazz artists' recordings on a professional level?

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    I've always thought of jeff as a jazz type of guy,i hope to hear his lp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robb_k View Post
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    Does he really play Jazz piano well enough to be sold competing with Jazz artists' recordings on a professional level?
    Well Rob, its all relative these days. We don't have Oscar Peterson, Duke Ellington, or other piano greats in the marketplace. I was expecting little from this CD and it blew well past my low expectations. It is a bit commercial with the guests, but I like it much, much more than anything else "contemporary" jazz has to offer. I was very pleasantly surprised. From a musical viewpoint, I'm sure it can be critiqued. But from the standpoint of other jazz offerings on the market today, I like it more than anything I've heard in the past two or so years.

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    So I'm guessing the interest here is the novelty factor. Jeff, whom I've actually met years ago has been playing for a while now. Though I like his taste and spirit I'm sure he knows
    damn well he's not turning the jazz world upside down. I can think of a dozen other
    pianists making real strides in the business and if it's a novelty thing ones needs to
    spark interest I'd suggest a listen to Joey Alexander. He plays rings around cats like
    Jeff, nominated for a Grammy and only 14 years old....

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