Anything Goes

Submitted by nonesuch on Thu, 05/29/2008 - 19:14
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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."

Description

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."

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PRODUCTION CREDITS
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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48608

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1disc
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Brad Mehldau Trio
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MUSICIANS
Brad Mehldau, piano
Larry Grenadier, bass
Jorge Rossy, drums

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CD+MP3
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093624860822BUN
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MP3
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9.00
UPC
603497092765
  • 48608

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  • 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."

    Credits

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

    PRODUCTION CREDITS
    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