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00:00 - Live Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
01:32 - McCoy Meets Monk - Claude Diallo
06:35 - J.C. - Claude Diallo
11:29 - Live Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
12:19 - Goodbye, Blanche Neige - Claude Diallo & Linus Wyrsch
19:44 - Haoua - Claude Diallo & Linus Wyrsch
27:19 - Homage - Claude Diallo & Linus Wyrsch
33:30 - Live Jazz Hole with DJ Linus
34:27 - McCoy Meets Monk - Claude Diallo & Linus Wyrsch
40:23 - Finish


Live jazz by NY-based Swiss pianist Claude Diallo on today’s BTR The Jazz Hole Live with Linus. Claude just released two brand new albums “Nothing to Prove” and “New Beginnings”. “Nothing to Prove” is his first solo piano album and includes a live performance DVD.
Enjoy the audio of this live performance as well as tunes from a recent duo concert with “The Jazz Hole” host Linus Wyrsch on clarinet and tenor sax.
Check out http://www.claudediallo.com for more information and to purchase his music.

For feedback please e-mail me at:
jazzlinus@gmail.com

Personnel:
Claude Diallo (piano)
Linus Wyrsch (clarinet, tenor sax)

All compositions by Claude Diallo, except for Homage (by Linus Wyrsch)
Solo piano tunes recorded live at KKL in Luzern, Switzerland on November 22nd 2011
Duo tunes recorded live at ESSE Musicbar in Winterthur, Switzerland on January 31st 2014

Claude Diallo
February 15th 2014, Michikos Rehearsal Studios – New York, NY
February 25th 2014, The Oracle Club – New York, NY
March 6th 2014, PRIX SVC Ostschweiz – St. Gallen, Switzerland
March 7th 2014, Kunsthaus Restaurant – Zurich, Switzerland
March 8th 2014, Montreux Jazz Cafe – London, United Kingdom
March 16th 2014, Restaurant Burgli – Zurich, Switzerland
March 21st 2014, Musik Hug – St. Gallen, Switzerland
March 22nd 2014, Hotel Eastside – St. Gallen, Switzerland
April 14th 2014, Blues Alley – Washington, D.C.

Host // Linus
Location: NYC | Host Since: 2009
Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin…
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