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Jeff Lass

Jeff Lass


      America the Beautiful   Katherine Lee Bates, words; Samuel Ward,     melody. Ca., 1904. Jeff Lass, piano. Arranged and produced by Jeff Lass     and Gil Markle. Engineered by Jesse Henderson and Gil Markle at Long     View Farm, 1979.

      Brahms' Lullaby   Johannes Brahms. Ca., 1868. Jeff Lass, piano;     Joanne Barnard, vocals. Arranged and produced by Jeff Lass and Gil     Markle. Engineered by Jesse Henderson and Gil Markle at Long View     Farm, 1980.

      St. Thomas   Sonny Rollins. Ca., 1955. Jeff Lass, piano. Arranged and     produced by Jeff Lass and Gil Markle. Engineered by Jesse Henderson and     Gil Markle at Long View Farm, 1980.
         Twenty-six years later, Julian Jackson, jazz impresario at WOMR radio     in Provincetown, opines on the "hey day" of Long View Farm, and the role     played by Jeff Lass, the eclectic fusion artist and session piano player.

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