This is the second part of our exploration of Michael Brecker's and Steven Bernstein's work as first-call musicians in the world of high-end pop productions.
Their capacity to adapt to the demands of these productions while remaining true to their jazz roots has offered millions of listeners that might have looked at jazz with a grain of diffidence an opportunity to re-assess their skepticism. Brecker and Bernstein musicians that have played and keep playing a prime role in bringing new fans to the world of jazz through these crossover projects.
Shivaree "Lost In a Dream" Who's Got Trouble? (Zoe) 58:46
Host talks 1:03:19
Ornella Vanoni "Amarsi Un Po" Ornella E... (CGD) 1:06:33
Photo credit: Roberto Cifarelli (Bernstein)
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