Randolph Edward "Randy" Weston (April 6, 1926 – September 1, 2018) was an American jazz pianist and composer whose creativity was inspired by his ancestral African connection. Weston's piano style owed much to Duke Ellington and Thelonious Monk, whom he cited in a 2018 video as among pianists he counted as influences, as well as Count Basie, Nat King Cole and Earl Hines. Beginning in the 1950s, Weston worked often with trombonist and arranger Melba Liston.
The Randy Weston Trio is a jazz album by American jazz pianist Randy Weston recorded in 1955 and originally released on the Riverside label as a 10-inch LP. The tracks were later released on the 12-inch LP Trio and Solo with additional solo recordings from 1956. All compositions by Randy Weston except as indicated. Again" (Dorcas Cochran, Lionel Newman) - 5:02.
Randy Weston, The Randy Weston Trio. Tracks count: 6. Views: 7. The Randy Weston Trio - Again 05:00. The Randy Weston Trio - If You Could See Me Now 03:33. The Randy Weston Trio - Pam's Waltz 03:40.
Randy Weston Trio – Twelfth Street Rag. 2:13. Randy Weston & His African Rhythms Trio – High Fly. 3:47. Randy Weston Trio and Cecil Payne – It s All Right With Me. 9:27. Randy Weston Trio – Chessman's Delight. Randy Weston Trio – The Man I love. Randy Weston & His African Rhythms Trio – Ballad Fot t.
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|RLP 2515||The Randy Weston Trio*||The Randy Weston Trio (10", Album)||Riverside Records||RLP 2515||US||1955|
|H-BU 1046||The Randy Weston Trio*||The Randy Weston Trio (10", Album)||London Records||H-BU 1046||UK||1955|