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Graceful and intimate in a post-Bill Evans Trio sort of way, pianist Vreeland, bassist John Dana and drummer Renell Gonsalves deserve to settle into a long residency in a quiet club with a rapt audience. Their repertoire is especially well chosen, from the ubiquitous "Good-bye Pork Pie Hat" to less-well-known pieces like Tony Williams' "Pee Wee."

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