Redman Mehldau McBride Blade - "Disco Ears"ライブ映像を公開 新譜アルバム「LongGone」2022年9月9日発売予定


Redman Mehldau McBride Blade - "Disco Ears"ライブ映像を公開 新譜アルバム「LongGone」2022年9月9日発売予定 thm Music info Clip

Redman Mehldau McBride Blade

Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride, Brian Bladeによる、新譜アルバム「LongGone」Nonesuch Recordsから2022年9月9日発売予定。

"Disco Ears"ライブ映像が、YouTube Nonesuch Records チャンネルにてプレミア公開されました。

公開日は 2022/07/13 。

Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride, and Brian Blade perform "Disco Ears," from their upcoming album 'LongGone,' due September 9 on Nonesuch Records:

Filmed by Matthew Beighley and Jacqueline Santillan live at the Falcon in Marlboro, NY, on September 7, 2019.

Redman Mehldau McBride Blade - Disco Ears

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Disco Ears · Joshua Redman · Brad Mehldau · Christian McBride · Brian Blade

Disco Ears

℗ 2022 Nonesuch Records, Inc.

Piano: Brad Mehldau
Drums: Brian Blade
Unknown: Brian Montgomery
Bass: Christian McBride
Masterer: Greg Calbi
Engineer, Mixer: James Farber
Unknown: James Farber
Producer: Joshua Redman
Tenor Saxophone: Joshua Redman
Unknown: Owen Mulholland
Unknown: Steven Sacco
Composer, Writer: Joshua Redman

Disco Ears

Redman Mehldau McBride Blade - LongGone


1. Long Gone
2. Disco Ears
3. Statuesque
4. Kite Song
5. Ship to Shore
6. Rejoice

The members of the legendary original 1990s Joshua Redman Quartet?Joshua Redman (saxophone), Brad Mehldau (piano), Christian McBride (bass), and Brian Blade (drums)?reunited after twenty-six years for 2020’s RoundAgain; they return now with LongGone, featuring six original songs written by Redman, due September 9, 2022, on Nonesuch Records. The first of those tunes, “Disco Ears,” is out today along with a live performance video that can be seen below.

RoundAgain, the group’s first recording since 1994’s MoodSwing, debuted at No. 1 on the Current Traditional Jazz Albums chart in the US and at No. 1 on the Jazz & Blues chart in the UK. The album received two Grammy nominations. NPR called it “a flawless effort,” stating that the four musicians have “only gotten better in that time” and are each “at the very top of his game now.”

“Musicians with a scary level of talent playing into the moment,” says the New York Times. “The blend of outside influences into a consensual jazz language, the polyrhythmic play, the scholarly bravado: All those things felt fresh for these musicians in the 1990s ... There’s something undeniable?consoling, even?about hearing them remain true to it today.”

Redman says of his first group as a bandleader, which was together for approximately a year and a half: “I realized almost immediately that this band?wouldn’t?stay together for very long.?They were without a doubt, for our generation, among the?most accomplished and innovative on their respective instruments. I knew better than anyone else just how incredibly lucky I was to have even that short time with them.”