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The Fred Hersch Trio: 10 Years / 6 Discs

Read "10 Years / 6 Discs" reviewed by Mark Corroto

You might be surprised by pianist Fred Hersch's response to a near-death coma in 2008. Quoting from his memoir Good Things Happen Slowly: A Life In And Out Of Jazz (Crown Archetype Press, 2017), “a confrontation with death brings home the preciousness of life... It was the newest, brightest, shining, most surprising, most uplifting feeling I ...

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Doug Collette's Best Releases of 2018

Read "Doug Collette's Best Releases of 2018" reviewed by Doug Collette

It wasn't hard in the least to compile a 'Best of...' list for 2018. The titles were self-evident as they rolled out, with almost clockwork regularity, over the course of the twelve months, ultimately comprising what I kept going back to most often during the year, enjoying each one more (and in a slightly different way) ...

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 ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Fred Hersch Trio: Night and the Music

Read "Night and the Music" reviewed by Riel Lazarus

Although there are no set formulas for success or achievement in jazz, there are certainly a few “legs-up and “add-ons. In the case of the trio, one such advantage is that of comfort and familiarity between the members. With these in play, the notes begin to blend and fall seamlessly in line: three voices turn to ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Fred Hersch Trio: Live At The Village Vanguard

Read "Live At The Village Vanguard" reviewed by Jim Santella

Any live performance by Fred Hersch can be a real treat. His intensity and momentum carry the day, and everybody comes away from the affair with a sense of accomplishment. “What’d you do this weekend?” ”I went out to see Fred Hersch Saturday night.” 'Nuff said. It’s something to tell ...


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