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  1. Produced by Chris Dunn and Taylor Eigsti. Performer(s): Taylor Eigsti, piano ; with musical acc. Description: 1 audio disc: digital ; 4 3/4 in. Contents: I love you () --Timeline () --Not ready yet () --Caravan () --Portrait in black and white () --Deluge () --Fever () --Let it come to you () --Fallback plan.
  2. Jul 24,  · One of my favorite from Eigsti. Beautiful reharmonized version of "I Love You" / Cole Porter. Album "Let It Come To You". Transcription by Leonardo Bittencourt Filmed by Lucas Carneiro Neves www.
  3. Music is aroused in the soul. Pianist Taylor Eigsti harkens to the call and finds his inspiration in a well-chosen selection of standards and four originals on Let It Come to You.. Eigsti's firm sense of harmony and focused direction turn this outing into a delicious adventure.
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  5. Jul 11,  · Taylor Eigsti, Let It Come To You but the fi re won't take long to catch once news of this album gets around. Let It Come to You, a deft balance of standards and originals, features guitarist.
  6. Let It Come To You, an album by Taylor Eigsti on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, Fever. 8. Let It Come To You. 9. Less Free Will (Part I: Fallback Plan Suite)
  7. Let It Come to You, Eigsti's second CD for the Concord Records Label and his sixth overall release, is an impressive song collection of imaginatively refreshed standards (including classic Cole Porter and Duke Ellington tunes), so-called "new standards" (including a Pat Metheny song and a cover of "Not Ready Yet" from the pop band, The Eels) and four /5(16).
  8. With Taylor Eigsti's new CD, Let It Come to You, the pianist-composer-bandleader takes another giant stride forward as a significant new voice in the jazz world, and at 23, he stands tall among a select few of his generation, who are in the midst of establishing themselves as the jazz stars of the future.

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