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Anything Goes

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Track Listing

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1Get Happy (Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler)9:44
2Dreamsville (Raymond Evans, Jay Livingston, Henry Mancini)5:01
3Anything Goes (Cole Porter)7:06
4Tres Palabras (Osvaldo Farres)5:00
5Skippy (Thelonious Monk)5:23
6Nearness of You (Hoagy Carmichael / Ned Washington)6:42
7Still Crazy After All These Years (Paul Simon)5:19
8Everything in Its Right Place (C. Greenwood / J. Greenwood / E. O’Brien / P. Selway / T. Yorke)6:55
9Smile (Charles Chaplin, Geoffrey C. Parsons, James J.T. Phillips)6:47
10I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face (Frederick Loewe / Alan Jay Lerner)4:48

News & Reviews

  • Nonesuch Artists Earn 14 Grammy Nominations, Including Five for The Black Keys

    Congratulations to all of the Nonesuch artists who were nominated for the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, announced last night by The Recording Academy: The Black Keys, Dan Auerbach, Amadou & Mariam, Björk, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Ry Cooder, Dr. John, Brad Mehldau, and Pat Metheny. Together, these artists have garnered an astounding 14 nominations, including a remarkable five nominations for The Black Keys' latest album, El Camino. You can hear music from all the nominated albums on the new Nonesuch Radio channel "2012 Grammy Nominees."

  • Brad Mehldau Launches European Tours with Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and Brad Mehldau Trio

    Brad Mehldau launches a month-long European tour starting with a five-show run of performances with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, followed by an 11-city tour with the Brad Mehldau Trio. The Orpheus tour, featuring the premiere of a new piece by Mehldau, kicks off with a performance in Moscow, followed by stops in Berlin, Munich, Dusseldorf, and Vienna. Mehldau then meets up with his Trio for a set at Barbican Hall for the London Jazz Festival, followed by shows in Italy, Germany, France, Sweden, Spain, Switzerland, and Turkey.

About this Album

The Brad Mehldau Trio performs an all-covers set featuring American Songbook gems and a few inspired, left-field contemporary excursions. The Boston Herald calls it "a strong, seductively quiet take on jazz standards and pop classics, re-imagining everything from Cole Porter to Radiohead."


Brad Mehldau, piano
Larry Grenadier, bass
Jorge Rossy, drums

Produced by Brad Mehldau and Matt Pierson
Recorded and mixed by James Farber
Recorded at Avatar Recording Studios, New York City, October 8 and 9, 2002
Mixed at Sear Sound, New York City
Assistant Recording Engineers: Aya Takemura & Steve Mazur
Production Coordinator: Dana Watson
Mastered by Greg Calibi at Sterling Sound, NYC

Art Direction and Design: Lawrence Azerrad Design
Photography: Warren Darius Aftahi

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