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Dorothy Donegan was an acclaimed pianist working in nightclubs and cocktail lounges in Chicago. She also appeared in the film “Sensations of 1945” where she played a duet with pianist Gene Rodgers, with assistance from Cab Calloway and his orchestra. She was known as a virtuosic pianist fluent in several jazz styles.
Art Tatum (who along with Earl Hines was the biggest influence on Donegan’s style) heard about her and had her play for him. They become a good friends and Tatum even taught her some ideas.
CD 1: Dorothy Donegan Trio
Dorothy Donegan (p, voc)
Mads Vinding (b)
Ed Thigpen (d)
Recorded at Jazzhus Slukefter, Copenhagen, May 19, 1980.
CD 2: The Many Faces of Dorothy Donegan:
Dorothy Donegan (p)
Arvell Shaw (b)
Panama Francis (d)
Recorded at Antibes, France, July 22, 1975
2. Medley: When I Fall in Love / The Way We Are
3. The Best Things In Life Are free
4. Medley: Pennies From heaven / You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You
5. Medley: Out Of Nowhere / Sweet Lorraine / Send In the Clowns
6. Take the A Train
7. Medley : You're So Beatuful / Edmund Thigpen's Gospel
8. Satin Doll
1. I Just Want To Sing
2. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
3. Donegan's Blues
4. Lift Every Voice And Sing
5. Dorothy Runs Away
6. Willow Weep For Me
7. Minuet In G
8. If I Love You
9. Stop the World