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Musicophile's 25 Essential Jazz Albums - Part I

To be fair, I could never live with only 25 albums, I’d be totally bored at some point. There is too much great music out there to discover, that’s why I’m purchasing a lot of new music every month. 950 more words


Brad Mehldau Trio | Holland

Every time I listen to Brad Mehldau – I understand his greatness, his love for what he does along with his fellow musicians – LARRY GRENADIER – bass, JEFF BALLARD – drums, together they play the song “Holland” by Sufjan Stevens.


Album Review: Konitz/Mehldau/Haden/Motian's Live At Birdland

The ECM label has always prided itself on the sonic detail of its recordings, but the Lee Konitz/Brad Mehldau/Paul Motian/Charlie Haden Live At Birdland CD may be its most impressive technical achievement yet. 291 more words

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Weekly Roundup 7/7/15

Reading: Some basics on musical acoustics (so confusing!), and picking up Practicing: A Musician’s Return to Music by Glenn Kurtz this week.

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Mehliana (Brad Mehldau & Mark Guiliana) - Hungry Ghost (Live)

First time I heard this duo, Brad Mehldau & Mark Guiliana, it really caused a certain impact – one year later, the two musicians still impress me for their creativity and geniality!


Saturday Jazz Pianist IV | Brad Mehldau | Introducing Brad Mehldau

Fourth week, fourth pianist: when Brad Mehldau came into my listenings – it caused an immediate impact – the way each hand played a separate melody, his obsessive attention to detail, the dynamics of the improvisation, made clear we were in presence of an extraordinary musician/performer.