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Tom Harrell - Time's Mirror (1999)

29-10-2014, 04:42
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Tom Harrell - Time's Mirror (1999)

Artist: Tom Harrell
Title Of Album: Time's Mirror
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: RCA Victor
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop, Neo-Bop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 50:46
Total Size: 317 MB


01. Shapes (Harrell) - 8:21
02. Autumn Leaves (Kosma-Mercer-Prevert) - 3:33
03. Daily News (Harrell) - 4:03
04. Dream (Mercer) - 2:47
05. Chasin' the Bird (Parker) - 5:09
06. Sao Paulo (Harrell) - 8:46
07. Time's Mirror (Harrell) - 8:12
08. Train Shuffle (Harrell) - 9:55

Tom Harrell - trumpet, flugelhorn
Craig Bailey - alto saxophone, flute
Mark Gross - alto saxophone, clarinet
Alex Foster - tenor saxophone, flute
Don Braden - tenor saxophone
David Schumacher - baritone saxophone
Earl Gardner - lead trumpet
Joe Magnarelli, Chris Rogers, David Weiss, James Zollar - trumpet, flugelhorn
Conrad Herwig, Mike Fahn, Curtis Hasselbring - trombone
Douglas Purviance - bass trombone
Xavier Davis - piano
Kenny Davis - bass
Carl Allen - drums

Tom Harrell has received rave reviews from his fellow jazz musicians for years, but he only started receiving the attention he deserved from a wider audience in the latter half of the 1990s. A number of Harrell's compositions and arrangements on this outstanding big band session date from the 1960s but are just now being recorded; it is more than worth the wait. The background harmonies behind the soloists on the hard-driving "Shapes" are incredible; the tense "Daily News" with his rich flugelhorn, the haunting ballad "Times Mirror," and the foot tapping blues "Train Shuffle" are all candidates to become jazz standards. His treatments of "Autumn Leaves," "Dream" and "Chasin' The Bird" display vivid imagination. Harrell's playing on trumpet and flugelhorn is sparkling, and tenor saxophonists Alex Foster and Don Braden as well as pianist Xavier Davis also shine. Highly recommended!

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