I can’t remember the jazz writer who compared Horace Silver to Jean Baptiste Camille Corot on grounds of their respective craftsmanship, but his idea helped inform my appreciation of Silver’s recordings. When I think of jazz pianists in the context of craftsmanship, two lesser-known artists come to mind: Richie Beirach and Sir Roland Hanna. Hanna’s Everything I Love (2002) is astonishing, and the liner notes reveal Hanna just started playing, selecting tunes on the fly, and recording them in first-and-only takes! It’s a marvelous collection, and I especially recommend “You’d be So Nice To Come Home To” for your playlist. His version of Miles Davis’ “All Blues” will please many listeners as well.