Following his Glasper-like single Strictly For My Negus, the pianist has released a 10-track album comprising jazzy remakes of his favourite tunes
Earlier in 2013, jazz pianist Daniel Crawford released Strictly For My Negus, a single that created quite a stir because many swore it was a Robert Glasper track. An acoustic version of that song is on Side Effects, which is Daniel’s free/”Name your price” album on Bandcamp.
The 10-track LP comprises remakes of some of the pianist’s favourite tunes, including Seals and Crofts’ Summer Breeze, Valdez In The Country by Donny Hathaway and D’Angelo’s Brown Sugar.
Daniel is due to release an album of original material in the future. In the meantime, listen to Side Effects on this page and head to Daniel Crawford’s Bandcamp site to download it.