Jose Reyes

Jose Reyes

Introducing the “Piano Alone” Playlist

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I have decided to add a solo instrument playlist and of course it is the piano. The “Piano Alone” Playlist will consist of as many Jazz pianist solos available and that I can personally find. It will not have all the best Jazz pianists because not all of them have piano solo songs but I have plenty of piano songs from many greats here. And enough to create a playlist that I could play comfortably twice a day. If any readers/listeners here know of any Jazz recordings featuring piano solos, please let me know in the feedback link. Another reason why I decided to give tribute to these piano solos was because they are, by no means, boring. These masterpieces are crafted in a very creative manner and stand alone in their own unique Jazzy style. There are times when one just wants to totally relax and/or wants to hear some type of inspirational background music to either help them wined down from long day or to simply help them achieve a certain goal. The “Piano Alone” Playlist will fulfill their needs and them some, ENJOY! All the Playlists are located here and the when it will be broadcasting is located in the Schedule link.

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