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Laurence Hobgood, Charlie Haden, Kurt Elling

When The Heart Dances

  • Hogood, Haden, Elling - WhenThe Heart Dances
  • 01. Que sera sera (6:41)
  • 02. When The Heart Dances (4:49)
  • 03. First Song (6:12)
  • 04. Sanctuary (7:34)
  • 05. Chickoree (5:18)
  • 06. Sairway To The Stars (5:27)
  • 07. New Orleans (5:40)
  • 08. Why Did I Choose You (6:44)
  • 09. Leatherwood (5:53)
  • 10. Daydream (4:45)
  • 11. The Cost Of Living (5:34)
  • Laurence Hobgood - piano
  • Charlie Haden - double bass
  • Kurt Elling - vocal
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Nr kat.: NAIM112
Label  : NAIM Records

This album is truly a meeting of three jazz giants: gifted pianist, composer and arranger, Laurence Hobgood, colossus of the double bass, Charlie Haden and Grammy Award winning vocalist, Kurt Elling. Described by Dave Brubeck as "one of the most incredible pianists I have ever heard", Hobgood has, apart from his solo work, been directing Kurt Elling's Blue Note (and now Concord) recordings for fifteen years and has accrued his own Grammy Nomination for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying A Vocal Performance for his work on Elling's Flirting With Twilight. Playing alongside the man described by allabout jazz.com as "one of the finest pianists out there. Period." is the man long regarded as one of the worlds' greatest living bass players, Charlie Haden. Now in his 72nd year, Haden first made a name from himself in the late fifties with the forward-thinking, and at the time revolutionary, quartet alongside Ornette Coleman. Subsequently he played as part of Keith Jarrett's Trio and American Quartet. Constantly in demand with an arduous touring and recording schedule, Charlie graciously found the time to add his sonorous bass contributions to this momentous recording. The pre-eminent male jazz singer of his generation, Kurt Elling agreed to contribute to When The Heart Dances, by adding vocals on three tracks. Elling, who now records for Concord/Universal, has a rich baritone voice that spans four octaves and displays astonishing technical facility and emotional depth. He has now accumulated seven Grammy Award nominations. Produced by Laurence Hobgood BBCi "Hobgood and Haden were made for each other" more >> The Independent 'Information' 4 Stars " this wonderfully simpatico duo epitomises the sound of a simpatico duo" more >> BBC Music Magazine 4 Stars "A match made in Californian jazz heaven" more >> The Guardian 4 Stars "this album is a triumph" more >> The Evening Standard 4 Stars "he produces a beautifully laid-back hour of music" more >> The Independent on Sunday "Welcome to a new piano star." "Pick of the album: 'Que Sera Sera': with Haden's tender solo" more >> York Press "This album is a slow burner, a quiet beast which creeps up on you with repeated listening" more >> Jazzwise review "There's a wonderful, relaxed sympathy between Hobgood and Haden - when you're this good, you don't have to should about it" more >> All Music Guide "An excellent recording from start to finish" more >> Jazz Breakfast "There are many other delights here: the sound of the recording is as effortlessly natural [and] a disc which goes on revealing new insights and nuances with each listen." Sunday Post "a mix of joyful piano jazz frm one of the best in the business"


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