Why Not (George Cables album)

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Why Not
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Studio album by George Cables
Released 1975
Recorded October 7, 1975
Record Plant, Los Angeles
Genre Jazz
Length57:57
Label Why Not Records
Producer Masahiko Yuh

Why Not is the debut album by jazz pianist George Cables, released in 1975 on Why Not Records. [1]

George Cables American jazz pianist

George Andrew Cables is an American jazz pianist and composer.

Contents

Track listing

All compositions by George Cables.

  1. "Ebony Moonbeams" - 10:32
  2. "Rita I and II" - 11:51
  3. "Dark Side-Light Side" - 8:58
  4. "Quiet Fire" - 9:47
  5. "Why Not?" - 7:29
  6. "Think on Me" - 9:20

Personnel

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References

  1. "George Cables | Discography". AllMusic. Retrieved 1 September 2013.