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Byron Walls in Studio
  John Pisano (guitar) and I first met in the early 70s when he was dating a friend of mine and working as Peggy Lee's musical director.

We wrote a song for her called, "Congratulations, You Lose", (a song she never did, alas).  

We hadn't seen each other for years so it was great to reconnect.
Selection:
"Next To You"
by Byron Walls


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  Don Heckman, jazz critic for the LA Times, once called John, "One of the world's great accompanists." 

I first heard him with the Chico Hamilton Quintet at the Jazz Workshop in San Francisco in the early 60s. 

John backed up Dianna Krall on her "live" Paris album a few years ago.
 
John Pisano
 
I was honored to have the great Chuck Berghoffer on bass.

I figured if he was good enough for Sinatra, Streisand and Joni Mitchell, he was good enough for me.
 

 

 
Chuck Berghoffer

 
 


John Ferraro

 
Drummer: 
John Ferraro.

His credits include George Benson, David Benoitt,
Barry Manilow.

Trumpet/flugelhorn:  Warren Lunning.
 
Warren played behind Tony Bennett, Barbra Striesand, Johnny Mathis. 

Playing with these guys, every moment in the studio was a joy.

 


Warren Lunning
 
 

 

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