Hersch, Fred - Dancing In The Dark

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1993 180gm HQ Original. Only The Second Copy We Have Ever Seen. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Young Lion Jazz Pianist Fred Hersch And His Trio Play Give Seven Superb Interpretations Of Standards Including "My Funny Valentine." Recorded Using Tim De Paravacini's E.A.R. Tube Equipment. “Fred Hersch And His Bandmates Interpret 11 Standards On Their Fine Album, Dancing In The Dark. Hersch Is A Lyrical Player Who Possesses A Light Touch And A Sophisticated Sense Of Style. His Playing Is Unmistakably Influenced By Bill Evans, And His Trio Work Is Marked By Some Of The Characteristics That Made Evans' Best Trios So Memorable: Cohesive, "Whole Is Greater Than The Sum Of Its Parts," Musical Communication. Drew Gress (Bass) And Tom Rainey (Drums) Are Outstanding Throughout These 70 Minutes And Their Efforts Become Even More Apparent With Repeated Listenings. The Best Tracks On Dancing In The Dark Happen To Also Be The Least Well Known; The Brisk "So In Love," The Delicate, Solo Vehicle "If I Should Lose You," The Soft, Orchestral "Wild Is The Wind," And The Bright, Swinging Title Piece. Though He Occasionally Takes A Dissonant, Avant-Garde Approach ("Out Of Nowhere"), It Is Clearly Not His Most Effective Style. Hersch Is At Is Best When He "Sings" On The Piano And His Ballad Playing Is Consistently First Rate. This Is A Quality Album, Branded By Excellent Trio Playing And Tasteful Interpretations Of The Standard Repertoire.” Brian Bartolini, All Music Guide.

Artist: Hersch, Fred Title: Dancing In The Dark Genre: Jazz Type: Audiophile - LP Label: Chesky Catalog ID: JR 90 Country: USA Our ID: 27489
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