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Dalton Ridenhour has been playing ragtime, stride, and blues for most of his life -- and it shows. A native of St. James, Missouri, he has quietly become one of the most celebrated pianists on the ragtime and jazz festival circuit today. Drawing inspiration from across the board (from Scott Joplin to Fats Waller to George Jones to Elvis Presley to Radiohead to Robert Johnson to Nat King Cole), Ridenhour's playing is distinctive not only for its refreshing originality, but also for its breathtaking lyricism and beauty. Whether playing a classic rag by Joseph Lamb or a Tin Pan Alley song or an improvised blues, he sounds right at home, breathing life into his performances with a steady, inviting swing. Vocalist Mara Kaye and trombonist Dan Reitz join Ridenhour for several selections. For his debut solo CD, Ridenhour has chosen an eclectic blend that mixes standards with a few choice obscurities for a program that holds up well to repeated listenings.

This CD includes a 12-page full-color booklet with an introduction by Martin Spitznagel and liner notes by the artist. 59 minutes.

Rivermont catalogue number: BSW-2220

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