Up Jumped You With Love
Dill Jones was born in Wales but from 1961 spent most of his professional life in the States. There he was recognised as a stride pianist of the highest class and this reputation enabled him to play with every important mainstream jazz musician of his day. During the '70s he was a member of the all-star small group named J.P.J. along with Budd Johnson, Oliver Jackson and Bill Pemberton.
In 1972 Jones returned to the UK for this solo piano recording. It captures a world class musician who was sadly to die prematurely at the age of 60 in 1984.
Personnel: Dill Jones (piano)
- Limehouse Blues
- Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
- All The 7s
- A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
- Jitterbug Waltz
- Something For Luckey
- I Just Couldn't Take It Baby
- Blues For G.W
- Up Jumped You With Love
- Chelsea Bridge
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