Biography of Dee Brian:
Brian Dee is one of England's leading jazz pianists. He first came to prominence with the opening of the Ronnie Scott Club in 1959. His International reputation grew and he toured as a member of The Jazz Five opposite Miles Davis. In 1965 was voted "Melody Maker New Star". Dee's working experience as an accompanist of world class vocalists is well known. The list of jazz stars that he has worked with is endless and includes recording with Bing Crosby, Johnny Mercer, Peggy Lee and Fred Astaire. He is still making frequent appearances at Ronnie Scott's and broadcasts regularly on radio with his own trio. The outstanding feature of Dee's performance here, is its fleetness of fingering and cleanness of articulation. Russell Davies, Daily Telegraph Dee's qualities, delicacy, flexibility, wit and ingenuity soon make themselves apparent. Dave Gelly The Observer Brian Dee's Trio was perfect ... amongst the best of our jazz pianists, and probably one of the best accompanists we have ever had.
Steve Voce Jazz Journal