Brad Mehldau Trio Blues

Brad Mehldau Trio - Blues And Ballads (2016) {Nonesuch 7559-79465-0}

Brad Mehldau Trio - Blues And Ballads (2016) {Nonesuch 7559-79465-0}
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© 2016 Nonesuch Records / WEA | 7559-79465-0
Jazz / Post Bop / Modern Jazz / Piano Trio

Brad Mehldau's warm, utterly enveloping effort, 2016's Blues and Ballads, finds the pianist leading his trio through a set of well-curated standards and covers. The album follows up his genre-bending 2014 collaboration with electronic musician Mark Guiliana, Mehliana: Taming the Dragon, and smartly showcases his return to intimate acoustic jazz. Admittedly, the title, Blues and Ballads, is somewhat misleading, as Mehldau only tackles one actual blues with his jaunty, off-kilter take on Charlie Parker's "Cheryl." Otherwise, the blues of the title is implied more in the earthy lyricism of a handful of ballads.
Brad Mehldau Trio - Blues And Ballads (2016) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Brad Mehldau Trio - Blues And Ballads (2016)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 55:44 minutes | 1015 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Nonesuch Records releases the Brad Mehldau Trio's Blues and Ballads, the trio's first new release since 2012's Where Do You Start. Blues and Ballads similarly comprises interpretations of songs by other composers, this time with the focus on blues and ballads implied by the album's title.

Brad Mehldau Trio - Blues and Ballads (2016)  Music

Posted by mark70 at June 3, 2016
Brad Mehldau Trio - Blues and Ballads (2016)

Brad Mehldau Trio - Blues and Ballads (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 55:40 min | 129 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Nonesuch

Brad Mehldau Trio’s Blues And Ballads is the trio’s first new release since 2012’s 'Where Do You Start'. The previous release received critical acclaim, with the Financial Times saying, ‘Mehldau never lets his peerless technique and meticulous timing interrupt the narrative flow of a well-told tale'.
Brad Mehldau Trio - The Art Of The Trio (2011) [7CD BoxSet] {Nonesuch} [repost]

Brad Mehldau Trio - The Art Of The Trio (2011) [7CD BoxSet] {Nonesuch}
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© 2011 Nonesuch Records | 7569-79839-5
Jazz / Post Bop / Progressive Jazz / Piano

In listening to the five years of the Brad Mehldau Trio represented in this box set, one hears the unfolding of a new and significant part of modern jazz history, as the end of the 1990s opened the door on the explosive creative renaissance of the music in the 21st century. Nonesuch has compiled the five releases in the Art of the Trio series, as well as an additional disc of unreleased recordings from the same period (1997-2001), offering a serious reconsideration of what has already been accepted as a "next step" for the jazz piano trio's history.

Brad Mehldau Trio - Where Do You Start (2012)  

Posted by tiburon at Sept. 23, 2012
Brad Mehldau Trio - Where Do You Start (2012)

Brad Mehldau Trio - Where Do You Start (2012)
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Genre: Jazz

Nonesuch releases the Brad Mehldau Trio’s Where Do You Start, a companion disc to this spring’s critically acclaimed Ode, on September 18, 2012. Whereas Ode featured 11 songs composed by Mehldau, Where Do You Start comprises the Trio’s interpretations of ten tunes by other composers, along with one Mehldau original. Ode was widely praised, with London’s Daily Telegraph, in a five-star review, saying that it “shows Mehldau’s inventive powers are as fresh as ever … and the interplay with Ballard and Grenadier is masterly.” The Brad Mehldau Trio is Mehldau on piano, Larry Grenadier on bass, and Jeff Ballard on drums.

Brad Mehldau Trio - Where Do You Start (2012)  

Posted by mark70 at Sept. 18, 2012
Brad Mehldau Trio - Where Do You Start (2012)

Brad Mehldau Trio - Where Do You Start (2012)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 78:22 min | 181 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Nonesuch

Hot on the heels of Brad Mehldau's Ode (Nonesuch, 2012)—the pianist's first all-original set with his current trio—comes Where Do You Start, culled from the same recording sessions but, with the exception of one Mehldau tune, all cover material. This isn't the first time Mehldau has split a particularly fruitful session down the same compositional line: Anything Goes (Warner Bros.) and House on Hill (Nonesuch) were both same from the same sessions, recorded with original drummer Jorge Rossy before he left the trio to return to Spain. But the two were released two years apart—the cover-song Anything in 2004 and all-original House in 2006—whereas Where Do You Start comes a mere six months after Ode.

Brad Mehldau Trio - Ode (2012) {Nonesuch}  

Posted by ruskaval at March 18, 2012
Brad Mehldau Trio - Ode (2012) {Nonesuch}

Brad Mehldau Trio - Ode (2012) {Nonesuch}
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© 2012 Nonesuch Records | 7559-79628-2
Jazz / Post Bop / Piano

The Brad Mehldau Trio, featuring Larry Grenadier on bass and Jeff Ballard on drums, returns with Ode, an album of 11 previously unreleased songs composed by Mehldau. The record, which is the first from the trio since 2008’s Live Village Vanguard disc and the first studio trio recording since 2005’s Day Is Done, is out this week in the UK and this coming Tuesday in North America. Many of the songs on the new album were written as tributes, or “odes,” to real and fictional people, such as the late saxophonist Michael Brecker (“M.B.”), a character from the film Easy Rider (“Wyatt’s Eulogy for George Hanson”), and the guitarist Kurt Ronsenwinkel (“Kurt Vibe”).

Brad Mehldau Trio - House On Hill (2006) "Reload"  

Posted by thingska at Aug. 12, 2010
Brad Mehldau Trio - House On Hill (2006) "Reload"

Brad Mehldau Trio - House On Hill (2006)
1CD | EAC-Rip | FLAC-tracks +cue +log +SCANS | June 27, 2006 | 418,15 Mb
Genre: Jazz, Piano | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Nonesuch | FileServe, Filesonic

This is the last recording of the Trio as we used to know it, and I love it. If you are a Brad Mehldau-fan only because he occasionally covers Radiohead, this might be over your head .But if you loved PLACES or Elegiac Cycle and love the original compositions that one can find on all of Mehldau's previous releases, go for it. These songs are truly beautiful and as with all of his originals: they grow on you intensly. If you loved Art of the Trio, this is a gorgeous swan song for the first Mehldau Trio which should not fail in your collection.

Brad Mehldau Trio - House On Hill (2006) - Repost  Music

Posted by zerumuga at May 1, 2010
Brad Mehldau Trio - House On Hill (2006) - Repost

Brad Mehldau Trio - House On Hill
Jazz | 2006 | MP3 CBR 320Kbps => 162 MB | Time 1:07:11 | Covers

Brad Mehldau’s House On Hill represents the culmination of the pianist’s studio work with his original trio line-up of bassist Larry Grenadier and drummer Jorge Rossy. Mehldau specifically composed nine tracks with the particular strengths of his longtime band-mates in mind. House On Hill completes a significant chapter in Mehldau’s decade-plus career.

Brad Mehldau Trio - Day Is Done (2005)  

Posted by bioshock at June 11, 2010
Brad Mehldau Trio - Day Is Done (2005)

Brad Mehldau Trio - Day Is Done (2005)
EAC Rip | FLAC, Track+Cue+log+Full Scans | 484 Mb | +5%rec
MP3 CBR 320 Kbit | 69:56 min | 218 mb | +5%rec
Funk | Nonesuch | RapidShare

Description
Day is Done boasts a smartly selected range of original and borrowed material, from Tin Pan Alley jazz standard "No Moon At All," made famous by Nat King Cole, to "Knives Out" from Radiohead's Amnesiac. Day is Done also includes two of Mehldau's own pieces, "Artis" and "Turtle Town," plus a cover of contemporary tenor sax player Chris Cheek's "Granada," which Mehldau originally performed on Cheek's vine.