Night & the Music
Download links and information about Night & the Music by Fred Hersch. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 01:02:02 minutes.
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|1.||So In Love||6:34|
|4.||Galaxy Fragment / You and the Night and the Music||7:28|
|5.||Boo Boo's Birthday||4:11|
|7.||How Deep Is the Ocean||5:54|
His first trio album since the '90s, Night & the Music finds journeyman jazz pianist Fred Hersch, along with bassist Drew Gress and drummer Nasheet Waits, delving into an atmospheric and intimate mix of originals and standards. Hersch has always been a tasteful, harmonically adventurous, and deeply emotive musician, and that is certainly the case here. As he states in the liner notes, seven of these songs are first takes, and not surprisingly a sense of spontaneity and sensitive group interplay permeates the album. To these ends, Cole Porter's "So in Love" is given a deeply expansive touch that finds Hersch washing various harmonic colors around the melody. Similarly engaging, his takes on such lesser-played standards as Thelonious Monk's "Boo Boo's Birthday" and Irving Berlin's "Change Partners" are gleefully playful and adventurous. However, it is on the darker, more melancholy moments that Hersch truly shines, and his brooding version of "How Deep Is the Ocean" and his own "Heartland" are devastatingly moving ballads.