Eden Atwood On Piano Jazz The singer showcases her refreshing voice in a performance with host Marian McPartland.

Eden Atwood On Piano Jazz

Eden Atwood In The Studio

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One of the rare jazz discoveries of her generation, Eden Atwood is the daughter of arranger-composer Hub Atwood. She studied piano as a child and went on to have a performing career in New York and beyond. Eden Atwood has released several studio albums, and she tours regularly.

In this episode of Piano Jazz from 1996, she and host Marian McPartland perform a duet of "Old Devil Moon."

Originally broadcast in the fall of 1996.

Set List

  • "When The Sun Comes Out" (Arlen, Koehler)
  • "The Nearness Of You" (Carmichael, Washington)
  • "Twilight World" (McPartland, Mercer)
  • "I Thought About You" (Mercer, Van Heusen)
  • "There's No Such Thing As Love" (Newley, Frasier)
  • "I've Grown Accustomed" (Lerner, Loewe)
  • "In The Days Of Our Love" (McPartland, Lee)
  • "A Ship Without A Sail" (Rodgers, Hart)
  • "Old Devil Moon" (Harburg, Lane)