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Michael Brecker|Time Is Of The Essence (Album Version)

Time Is Of The Essence (Album Version)

Michael Brecker

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Michael Brecker introduced a couple of new wrinkles to his sound on his sixth album, in the form of two new sidemen. Larry Goldings' organ makes for an unusual quartet -- also including Brecker on tenor sax, frequent guest Pat Metheny on guitar, and one of three different drummers -- in that there is no bass. As a result, Metheny often fills in that role when he isn' t soloing. Goldings' touch is light, in contrast to the more intense playing of Brecker and Metheny. But it is the second new sideman who makes a difference: Elvin Jones guests on drums on three tracks. Brecker had never shied away from announcing his influences, and with Jones behind the traps, especially on the opening track, "Arc of the Pendulum," and the closer, "Outrance" (both Brecker originals), he indulges his affection for John Coltrane, playing freely and aggressively across the rhythm. Jones, who gets a showcase solo in "Outrance," is unmistakable, and his support often makes Brecker sound like Coltrane. With Bill Stewart behind the drums, the group performs "Renaissance Man," a tribute to another major Brecker influence, Eddie Harris, and Brecker unabashedly recalls Harris there. The tunes, five by Brecker, two by Metheny, and one each by Goldings and producer George Whitty, are loosely structured and run from six to ten minutes each, so that the disc runs 70 minutes. Clearly, they could have gone longer: Several of them fade out, sometimes during a Brecker or Metheny solo, an oddity on a jazz album.
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Time Is Of The Essence (Album Version)

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1
Arc Of The Pendulum (Album Version)
00:08:59

Michael Brecker, Composer, MainArtist - JAMES FARBER, Mixer, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Pat Metheny, Participant - Larry Goldings, Participant - George Whitty, Producer

℗ 1999 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

2
Sound Off (Album Version)
00:06:04

Michael Brecker, MainArtist - JAMES FARBER, Mixer, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Pat Metheny, Participant - Larry Goldings, Composer, Participant - George Whitty, Producer

℗ 1999 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc., Mit freundlicher Genehmigung: Universal Music Group International

3
Half Past Late (Album Version)
00:07:54

Michael Brecker, Composer, MainArtist - JAMES FARBER, Mixer, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Pat Metheny, Participant - Larry Goldings, Participant - George Whitty, Producer

℗ 1999 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

4
Timeline (Album Version)
00:06:05

Michael Brecker, MainArtist - JAMES FARBER, Mixer, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Pat Metheny, Composer, Participant - Larry Goldings, Participant - George Whitty, Producer

℗ 1999 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

5
The Morning Of This Night (Album Version)
00:07:42

Michael Brecker, Composer, MainArtist - JAMES FARBER, Mixer, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Pat Metheny, Participant - Larry Goldings, Participant - Jeff Watts, Participant - George Whitty, Producer

℗ 1999 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

6
Renaissance Man (Album Version)
00:08:36

Michael Brecker, MainArtist - JAMES FARBER, Mixer, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Pat Metheny, Participant - Larry Goldings, Participant - George Whitty, Composer, Producer

℗ 1999 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

7
Dr. Slate (Album Version)
00:07:40

Michael Brecker, Composer, MainArtist - JAMES FARBER, Mixer, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Pat Metheny, Participant - Larry Goldings, Participant - Jeff Watts, Participant - George Whitty, Producer

℗ 1999 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

8
As I Am (Album Version)
00:06:49

Michael Brecker, MainArtist - JAMES FARBER, Mixer, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Pat Metheny, Composer, Participant - Larry Goldings, Participant - George Whitty, Producer

℗ 1999 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

9
Outrance (Album Version)
00:10:08

Michael Brecker, Composer, MainArtist - JAMES FARBER, Mixer, Recording Engineer, StudioPersonnel - Pat Metheny, Participant - Larry Goldings, Participant - George Whitty, Producer

℗ 1999 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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Michael Brecker introduced a couple of new wrinkles to his sound on his sixth album, in the form of two new sidemen. Larry Goldings' organ makes for an unusual quartet -- also including Brecker on tenor sax, frequent guest Pat Metheny on guitar, and one of three different drummers -- in that there is no bass. As a result, Metheny often fills in that role when he isn' t soloing. Goldings' touch is light, in contrast to the more intense playing of Brecker and Metheny. But it is the second new sideman who makes a difference: Elvin Jones guests on drums on three tracks. Brecker had never shied away from announcing his influences, and with Jones behind the traps, especially on the opening track, "Arc of the Pendulum," and the closer, "Outrance" (both Brecker originals), he indulges his affection for John Coltrane, playing freely and aggressively across the rhythm. Jones, who gets a showcase solo in "Outrance," is unmistakable, and his support often makes Brecker sound like Coltrane. With Bill Stewart behind the drums, the group performs "Renaissance Man," a tribute to another major Brecker influence, Eddie Harris, and Brecker unabashedly recalls Harris there. The tunes, five by Brecker, two by Metheny, and one each by Goldings and producer George Whitty, are loosely structured and run from six to ten minutes each, so that the disc runs 70 minutes. Clearly, they could have gone longer: Several of them fade out, sometimes during a Brecker or Metheny solo, an oddity on a jazz album.
© William Ruhlmann /TiVo

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