8 thoughts on “ Perugia - Brad Mehldau - Places (CD, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Places on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz/5(28).
  2. This is an important album, one that anyone interested in piano jazz ought to check out". On All About Jazz, David Adler noted "Each piece is named for a particular place (hence the title), which Mehldau attempts to represent in musical terms. In short, Places is a concept album Genre: Jazz.
  3. Sep 05,  · This is not a new album,but a release,which showcases Mehldau at his most melodic and expressive musicality,the album is a kind of conceptual travelogue taking in Los Angeles,Madrid,West hartford,Amsterdam,Perugia,Paris,Schloss Elmau, and AM Zauberburg a world music disc indeed/5(35).
  4. Places Brad Mehldau Trio. Places, from , continues conceptually where the previous ‘Elegiac Cycle’ left reftherfdersgilapen.anasasatproguntrakineqovledcya.co is a cycle with a theme that returns once more in the end. The role of memory is also important here. The opening motto heard in ‘Los Angeles’ .
  5. Brad Mehldau is becoming a more interesting, more thought-provoking, more individualistic musician with each release -- breaking away from the same old models, finding new ones to integrate into his own personality. The 11 compositions on this CD were conceived on the road, and only midway through did Mehldau realize that they developed similar ideas.9/
  6. Discogs: CD, Places. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  7. Places | Brad Mehldau to stream in hi-fi, or to download in True CD Quality on reftherfdersgilapen.anasasatproguntrakineqovledcya.co Perugia Album Version. Buy track Brad Mehldau, Composer, Producer, Piano, MainArtist - Bernie Kirsch, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - MICHAEL DAVENPORT, Executive Producer - Andrew Garver, Masterer - Jordan D'Alessio, Assistant Engineer.
  8. Mehldau explains his experience of this phenomenon in the liner notes of the album, and understands this irony as something central to our experience of life. The titles of the record are, to a certain point, obligatory: each song is named after where it was written, over a year’s time that was full of travel.

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