[JPL] Pat & Brad

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Tue Sep 12 10:33:55 EDT 2006


Larry Grenadier on bass, Jeff Ballard on drums.

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>From: Philippe Cyr <info at jazzmonchar.com>
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>Subject: Re: [JPL] Pat & Brad
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>Anyone knows whos working on it ?
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>Le 06-09-11 à 18:19, Jim Wilke a écrit :
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>> I don't suppose anyone needs any encouragement to check out the new  
>> Nonesuch CD of Pat Metheny & Brad Mehldau, but I just listened to  
>> it and it's one of the most beautiful CDs I've heard in a long  
>> time.... a lot of heart and lyric melody in this one, for sure!
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>> Jim Wilke
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>> compelling, and destined to become an essential component of  
>> collections that favor jazz trios'' (Paula Edelstein-AMG).   
>> ''Performed with class and a fine touch'' (Marion McPartland),  
>> ''SOMEWHERE is a masterpiece'' (Bucky Pizzarelli).
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>This week's sponsor:  Russ Kassoff - ''SOMEWHERE'' (2006) - RHK JAZZ
>
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>''It goes without saying that FRANK SINATRA could have enlisted the services of any accompanist he wanted. The fact that he chose RUSS KASSOFF speaks volumes about Kassoff's unequivocal artistry, which is splendidly showcased on SOMEWHERE'' (Jack Bowers-AAJ).  After almost 40 years as a professional musician, KASSOFF's first album as a leader features his serene beauty, intriguing style, and vivid concepts as an outstanding composer and gifted improviser.  With MARTIN WIND (bass) and TIM HORNER (drums), ''SOMEWHERE is vibrant, compelling, and destined to become an essential component of collections that favor jazz trios'' (Paula Edelstein-AMG).  ''Performed with class and a fine touch'' (Marion McPartland), ''SOMEWHERE is a masterpiece'' (Bucky Pizzarelli).
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>ON YOUR DESKS NOW!
>
>GOING FOR ADDS:  8/28
>
>Available on-line:  www.cdbaby.com/kassoff
>
>FALL ITINERARY (including Knickerbocker in NYC with BUCKY PIZZARELLI Sept. 28-30), (Midtown Jazz at Midday - Saint Peter's @ Citicorp NYC - 1 PM Oct.11),  UPDATED BIO, PRESS RELEASE, PHOTOS and more, please visit www.russkassoff.com/somewhere
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