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A Pane In The Glass
Williams at the Keys
This solo was produced in New York City on February 12th 1929 featuring Clarence Williams at the piano.
*A Pane in the Glass" was composed by Clarence Williams
With a title consisting of a humorous double entendre play-on-words the record begins with a bit of tremolo on the keys that reoccurs thematically throughout. Launching into a slow blues the turn around is particularly familiar from many of William's recordings as an accompanist, yet the playing here is anything but mundane as the pianist sets out to prove his skill on this bright showpiece.-Matt Chauvin
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