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The Young Brothers: Tales of Time

Read "Tales of Time" reviewed by Jack Bowers


For some reason I've never been able to grasp (perhaps because it's not true of mine), musical talent sometimes runs in families. In jazz, for example, we have the Jones brothers (Elvin, Hank, Thad), the Heath brothers (Albert, Jimmy, Percy), the LaBarbera brothers (Joe, John, Pat), the Mangione brothers (Chuck, Gap) and others. Add to that roster the Young brothers (pianist Tim, drummer Alphonso Jr.) whose delightful album, Tales of Time, happens also to be their first recording together.

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Album Review

The Young Brothers: Tales of Time

Read "Tales of Time" reviewed by Edward Blanco


One of the most exciting new albums I've had the pleasure of listening to, Tales of Time is a dynamic set of contemporary jazz that features new and fresh interpretations of time-honored standards, tastefully infused with new originals, resulting in one nice package of musical delights. The Young Brothers, pianist and composer Tim Young and drummer, Alphonso M. Young, Jr., collaborate with bassist Bhagwan Khalsa in one of the newest modern jazz trios on the scene today. Tales of Time ...


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