**2019 stock, reduced price** Frank Cunimondo has an extensive discography, having recorded with nearly every artist from Pittsburgh. In addition, he has shared the stage with a number of jazz stars including: Sonny Stitt, Lou Donaldson, Jimmy Witherspoon, Urbie Green, Lee Konitz, Louie Bellson, Joshua Redman, Phil Woods and Frank Rosolino. The Frank Cunimondo Trio is also a fixture of the Pittsburgh Jazz scene. In the 80s Frank owned a jazz club in Pittsburgh called 'Cunimondo's Keyboard Jazz Supper Club.' In 1989, he was voted Best Jazz Pianist in Pittsburgh. His style is most often compared to pianist Bill Evans. The Frank Cunimondo Trio Introducing Lynn Marino was originally released in 1971 on Frank Cunimondo's own label Mondo Records. Frank recorded the album with the talented Lynn Marino, who was only 19 years old at the time. The album includes Frank's most popular recording Feelin' Good, which eventually became an international hit as the song was used in a commercial by a popular beer brand. The audio has been remastered on purpose of this edition.