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Published on Jan 17, 2011
Harry Sweets Edison- There is no greater Love 1983 In a concert during the 1983 Bern Jazz Festival veteran jazz great Harry 'Sweets' Edison plays "There is no greater Love". The fascinating part is that at the end of the tune he plays a total of about 23 four-bar tags backed up by bassist Jimmy Wood. One would think this could become kind of boring, but not with "Sweets". Every tag is with new ideas and finally with some natural notes he just finishes the tune. Amazing, to say the least. Some fine piano playing by Gerry Wiggins and the drummer is Oliver Jackson.