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jueves, 18 de octubre de 2018

Peter Bernstein • Signs Of Life



Review by Scott Yanow
Peter Bernstein's second CD as a leader reunites him with pianist Brad Mehldau and once again features him in a quartet. However, both Bernstein and Mehldau had grown quite a bit as soloists during the previous two years (the pianist really tears into "Nobody Else but Me") and this time they are joined by the virtuosic bassist Christian McBride and drummer Gregory Hutchinson. In addition, the songs (five Bernstein originals and four standards) are stronger and challenge the soloists to play at their best. Among the highlights are "Jet Stream," "Jive Coffee" (Bernstein's sly revision of "Tea for Two"), "Will You Still Be Mine," and a tasteful "My Ideal" in addition to "Nobody Else but Me." An excellent effort.


Discogs ...


Pistas
1 Blues For Bulgaria 8:04
2 Jet Stream 7:15
3 Jive Coffee 9:42
4 The Things We Did Last Summer 6:45
5 Minor Changes 8:14
6 Will You Still Be Mine 6:55
7 Signs Of Life 9:41
8 Nobody Else But Me 8:02
9 My Ideal 7:20

Créditos
Bass – Christian McBride
Drums – Gregory Hutchinson
Piano – Brad Mehldau
Guitar – Peter Bernstein

Sello: Criss Cross Jazz ‎– CRISS 1095 CD
Fecha: 1995
Género: Jazz


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2 comentarios:

  1. Sadly, he's wearing one of the ugliest shirts I have ever seen on the cover.
    A shirt that's made for radio. ;-)

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    1. Well, it was the beginning of Peter and there were not enough resources for the costumes. :D

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