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September 26, 2014 Pianist, composer, and vocalist Freddy Cole can take any song and bring out colors and nuances never heard before. He brings this special ability to "Sometimes I'm Happy" in 1998 session.
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L-R: Helio Alves, Renee Rosnes, Kenny Barron, Freddy Cole.
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December 13, 2010 Live from the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., it's NPR Music's annual celebration of seasonal music in swing time. A public radio holiday tradition returns with Kenny Barron, Renee Rosnes, Helio Alves and Freddy Cole.
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December 13, 2007 Jazz vocalist Roberta Gambarini sails like an angel on top of a song, while Freddy Cole's baritone voice rides low, full of experience but still sentimental. Hear them both in a concert recorded live for JazzSet.
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