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Introducing Brad Mehldau
from Warner Bros / Wea

Introducing Brad Mehldau

Brad Mehldau's “Introducing Brad Mehldau“ sounds like it should be “Brad Mehldau's Greatest Hits.“ From listening to this CD, you would have no idea that this is a debut. Along with his trio, he has created a remarkable and stunning album.

The 7/4 “It Might as Well Be Spring“ is a marvelous opener, and sets the mood for the whole CD. I am also partial to “Countdown,“ a ridiculously fast John Coltrane standard that Mehldau simply knocks off with ease. The Rodgers-Hart standard “My Romance“ is played unbelievably slow, and when listened to correctly, could bring a tear to a listener's eye.

However, my favorite song on the album is without a doubt the 10-minute rendition of Duke Ellington's “Prelude to a Kiss,“ which stays mellow and melancholy throughout the whole song. I adore it, and it is a marvelous work by Mehldau and his group.

As if Mehldau had been playing for millions of years, this album is a classic. Pick it up--it is a must for the true jazz fan.

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