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Sunday Night at the Vanguard

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: A Cockeyed Optimist; Serpentine; The Optimum Thing; Calligram; Blackwing Palomino; For No One; Everybody’s Song But My Own; The Peacocks; We See; Solo Encore: Valentine.

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Fred Hersch Trio: Sunday Night at the Vanguard

Read "Sunday Night at the Vanguard" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

"Questo è di gran lunga l'album migliore che ho realizzato in trio--dice Fred Hersch -e rappresenta al meglio il nostro modo di suonare." Ogni musicista tende a pensare allo stesso modo e la frase ci lascia perplessi perchè non è facile superare album strepitosi come Floating (Palmetto, 2014) realizzato in studio e Alive at ...


Article: Album Review

Fred Hersch Trio: Sunday Night At The Vanguard

Read "Sunday Night At The Vanguard" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The thing about a Fred Hersch Trio recording, is that it's like a family meal at your favorite restaurant. While the kids want to start with dessert first, you may want them to enjoy the appetizers and settle in for a delicious meal before the sweets. With Hersch's trio, the last course is almost always a ...


Article: Album Review

The Fred Hersch Trio: Sunday Night At The Vanguard

Read "Sunday Night At The Vanguard" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Reach up to the CD shelf and pull a handful of Fred Hersch CDS down. You'll find that the pianist has a good thing going with the Village Vanguard. Alive At The Vanguard (Palmetto Records, 2012) a stellar two CD set, and terrific solo set, Alone At the Vanguard (Palmetto Records, 2011), are Hersch's most recent ...


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