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Let It Come To You

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2008
Track listing: I Love You; Timeline; Not Ready Yet; Caravan; Portrait In Black & White; Deluge; Fever; Let It Come To You; Fall Back Suite: Free Will; Fall Back Suite: Lost Yet; Fall Back Suite: Steps.

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Taylor Eigsti: Let It Come To You

Read "Let It Come To You" reviewed by Chris May

Everyone who hears him seems to agree: Taylor Eigsti is the most exciting progressive-mainstream pianist to come along in a very long time. Pianist Dave Brubeck says, “He's the most amazing talent I've ever come across." Not the most amazing talent Brubeck has come across “in recent years" or “in America," or any such qualification, but ...

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Taylor Eigsti: Let It Come To You

Read "Let It Come To You" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Music is aroused in the soul. Pianist Taylor Eigsti harkens to the call and finds his inspiration in a well-chosen selection of standards and four originals on Let It Come to You. Eigsti's firm sense of harmony and focused direction turn this outing into a delicious adventure. He gives melody its due ...

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Taylor Eigsti: Let It Come To You

Read "Let It Come To You" reviewed by Martin Gladu

It is always a joy, not to mention quite reassuring, for any serious acoustic jazz cognoscente to happen upon a young interpreter of the music that not only masters its tradition, but significantly develops his own voice and sound.Already a veteran at only 23, Taylor Eigsti strongly contests a high-ranking position amidst the ever ...


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