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Convergence, Warren Wolf, Mack Avenue Records (2016)

  • Warren Wolf: vibes, marimba, Fender Rhodes, piano
  • Christian McBride: bass
  • Brad Mehldau: piano
  • John Scofield: guitar
  • Jeff “Tain” Watts: drums

This is Warren Wolf’s third release but I’ve only heard the second one before getting this CD. 799 more words


Absolute Beauty, The Best of Melodic Jazz

The best and most beautiful things cannot be seen or ever touched,
they must be felt with the heart.

I’ve selected and arranged the most delicate and elegant Jazz songs of the last few years into a compilation of 2 hours of… 44 more words

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Ralph Towner. My foolish heart. US 2017

Ralph Towner. My foolish heart. US 2017 “My Foolish Heart’, the title song of this album had an immeasurable impact on my musical life, as it did with many of my colleagues in the world of ja… 8 more words


Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau/CAP UCLA

They don’t look like they should be on the same stage together. Chris Thile, a mandolin player of almost supernatural gifts, now firmly ensconced in “A Prairie Home Companion,” boyish and tousled, in jeans and a striped sweater; Brad Mehldau, an equally talented jazz pianist, his cropped hair grey, dressed in black jeans, jacket t-shirt and boots. 445 more words

NYC Events,"Only the Best" (09/13) + Museum Special Exhibitions: Manhattan’s 5th Avenue

Today’s Super 7 NYC Events > WEDNESDAY/ SEPTEMBER 13, 2017

“We search the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening, primarily on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you don’t have to.” We make it as easy as… 2,519 more words


Thursday, September 14, 2017, 7:30pm –9:30pm

Brad Mehldau – piano
Chris Thile – mandolin/vocals

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“ … whatever feels unlikely about their pairing is eclipsed by what feels perfectly natural. 161 more words


One Track To Rule Them All # 15: Brad Mehldau - Exit Music (For A Film) (Radiohead cover)

Just discovered this cover through a Mehmet Aslan mix.

Absolutely beautiful and brilliant cover.

Keep digging people, diamonds were never found at the surface.