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Day Is Done
Day is Done boasts a smartly selected range of original and borrowed material, from Tin Pan Alley jazz standard "No Moon At All," made famous by Nat King Cole, …
Brad Mehldau is a pianist with a reputation for Bill Evans-style quietude. On Elegiac Cycle, Mehldau's first solo piano outing, that tendency toward melancholy …
"Esperanza," bassist/vocalist/composer Esperanza Spalding's debut on Heads Up International, is set for worldwide release on May 20, 2008. Armed with uncanny i…
Originally released in March 1964, this collaboration between saxophonist Stan Getz and guitarist Jo?o Gilberto came at seemingly the end of the bossa nova craz…
Joe Zawinul and Wayne Shorter didn't truly fulfill Weather Report's artistic and commercial potential until they brought on-board a bassist who could function a…
Nonesuch Records releases 'Highway Rider' a double-disc of original work by pianist and composer Brad Mehldau on March 16, 2010. The album is his second collabo…
I Sing the Body Electric
Get the album, if you don't like the studio concepts you'll be impressed by the live performance. And maybe you'll like both approaches.
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.… Music
Junjo boasts an unusual format: A young American woman playing bass and singing wordless vocals with the accompaniment of a Cuban pianist and drummer. But 22-ye…
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