Artist: The Alan Broadbent Trio Title Of Album: Personal Standards Year Of Release: 1997 Label: Concord Jazz Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop Quality: FLAC (image+. Idyll 6'23 09. Uncertain Terms 6'10. Alan Broadbent - piano Putter Smith - bass Joe Labarbera - drums. A welcome development, since a wider audience should check out the many fine recordings this unique anger has made
Alan Broadben. s one of the most original improvisers in the world of jazz. Charlie Haden insights so profound that one is left at a loss for words. Broadbent deserves the highest acclaim. The Penguin Guide to Jazz Vo. Deep and reflective; you can feel the notes resonate within your heart. one of the major keyboard figures of the day. -JazzTimes.
Finding himself at a personal and professional crossroads recently, the American pianist Eric Reed decided to retrace his steps to get back on track. That meant reconnecting with the gospel music of his Baptist childhood and re-examining his jazz mentors and early heroes.
Written-By – Alan Broadbent. Written-By – Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger. Beautiful love throughout this album by these brilliant masters of transcendence via sound, time, story and togetherness. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 5 For Sale from €. 0.
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Better Than Anything (feat. Harvie S & Alan Broadbent). In 1997, he earned his first Grammy Award for his work on Cole's version of "When I Fall in Love" from her Stardust album. He then garnered a second Grammy Award for "Lonely Town" from Charlie Haden and Quartet West's 1999 album, The Art of the Song, featuring singer Shirley Horn.
Alan Broadbent Trio - Paciific Standard Time (1995). EmbeddableItem EmbeddableItem! type Person. 3 col el, class LabelPerson::ActiveRecord Associations CollectionProxy. Broadbent lists There’s a Lull in My Life (on Natalie Cole’s Stardust album) as his favourite arrangement. Broadbent’s work ethic – long time collaborator saxophonist Gary Foster says, We've travelled thousands of miles together, and when we get on a plane, I take out Newsweek; Alan studies music scores. In 1993, the late Leonard Feather, the doyen of jazz journalism, wrote, Alan Broadbent is the epitome of pianistic elegance.
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