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In Harmony

Roy Hargrove

Moderne jazz - Verschenen op 23 juli 2021 | Resonance Records

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Audiences at Merkin Hall in New York (15 January 2006) and Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania (9 November 2007) probably did not imagine that the magnificent duo performing before them were living on borrowed time... This hitherto unpublished live record by pianist Mulgrew Miller (1955 – 2013) and trumpeter Roy Hargrove (1969 – 2018) recalls how these two were the guardians of a certain tradition which was neither affected nor backwards-looking. The title says it all: In Harmony. Hargrove, the Texan, and Miller, the Mississippi boy, each brought their local traditions, and their hours spent on church pews, the blues too, soul music and then this jazz which the pair studied, played, devoured, lived almost 24 hours a day... In this conversation, each artist brings life to the legacy of his respective idols (Clifford Brown, Dizzy Gillespie or Blue Mitchell for Hargrove, Bill Evans, McCoy Tyner, Herbie Hancock or Art Tatum for Miller), but above all, each listens intently to the other. The classical jazz repertoire which is so dear to them is attacked from all sides and their improvisations make for utterly daring sequences. On familiar standards such as What Is This Thing Called Love? by Cole Porter or Ruby, My Dear by Thelonious Monk, the beauty, virtuosity and freedom on display are simply unmissable. This is a valuable record. © Marc Zisman / Qobuz

In Harmony

Roy Hargrove

Moderne jazz - Verschenen op 23 juli 2021 | Resonance Records

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Audiences at Merkin Hall in New York (15 January 2006) and Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania (9 November 2007) probably did not imagine that the magnificent duo performing before them were living on borrowed time... This hitherto unpublished live record by pianist Mulgrew Miller (1955 – 2013) and trumpeter Roy Hargrove (1969 – 2018) recalls how these two were the guardians of a certain tradition which was neither affected nor backwards-looking. The title says it all: In Harmony. Hargrove, the Texan, and Miller, the Mississippi boy, each brought their local traditions, and their hours spent on church pews, the blues too, soul music and then this jazz which the pair studied, played, devoured, lived almost 24 hours a day... In this conversation, each artist brings life to the legacy of his respective idols (Clifford Brown, Dizzy Gillespie or Blue Mitchell for Hargrove, Bill Evans, McCoy Tyner, Herbie Hancock or Art Tatum for Miller), but above all, each listens intently to the other. The classical jazz repertoire which is so dear to them is attacked from all sides and their improvisations make for utterly daring sequences. On familiar standards such as What Is This Thing Called Love? by Cole Porter or Ruby, My Dear by Thelonious Monk, the beauty, virtuosity and freedom on display are simply unmissable. This is a valuable record. © Marc Zisman / Qobuz
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Fungii Mama

Roy Hargrove

Jazz - Verschenen op 27 augustus 2021 | Resonance Records

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Roy Hargrove

Jazz - Verschenen op 27 augustus 2021 | Resonance Records

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In Harmony

Roy Hargrove

Moderne jazz - Verschenen op 23 juli 2021 | Resonance Records

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Audiences at Merkin Hall in New York (15 January 2006) and Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania (9 November 2007) probably did not imagine that the magnificent duo performing before them were living on borrowed time... This hitherto unpublished live record by pianist Mulgrew Miller (1955 – 2013) and trumpeter Roy Hargrove (1969 – 2018) recalls how these two were the guardians of a certain tradition which was neither affected nor backwards-looking. The title says it all: In Harmony. Hargrove, the Texan, and Miller, the Mississippi boy, each brought their local traditions, and their hours spent on church pews, the blues too, soul music and then this jazz which the pair studied, played, devoured, lived almost 24 hours a day... In this conversation, each artist brings life to the legacy of his respective idols (Clifford Brown, Dizzy Gillespie or Blue Mitchell for Hargrove, Bill Evans, McCoy Tyner, Herbie Hancock or Art Tatum for Miller), but above all, each listens intently to the other. The classical jazz repertoire which is so dear to them is attacked from all sides and their improvisations make for utterly daring sequences. On familiar standards such as What Is This Thing Called Love? by Cole Porter or Ruby, My Dear by Thelonious Monk, the beauty, virtuosity and freedom on display are simply unmissable. This is a valuable record. © Marc Zisman / Qobuz
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In Harmony

Roy Hargrove

Moderne jazz - Verschenen op 23 juli 2021 | Resonance Records

Audiences at Merkin Hall in New York (15 January 2006) and Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania (9 November 2007) probably did not imagine that the magnificent duo performing before them were living on borrowed time... This hitherto unpublished live record by pianist Mulgrew Miller (1955 – 2013) and trumpeter Roy Hargrove (1969 – 2018) recalls how these two were the guardians of a certain tradition which was neither affected nor backwards-looking. The title says it all: In Harmony. Hargrove, the Texan, and Miller, the Mississippi boy, each brought their local traditions, and their hours spent on church pews, the blues too, soul music and then this jazz which the pair studied, played, devoured, lived almost 24 hours a day... In this conversation, each artist brings life to the legacy of his respective idols (Clifford Brown, Dizzy Gillespie or Blue Mitchell for Hargrove, Bill Evans, McCoy Tyner, Herbie Hancock or Art Tatum for Miller), but above all, each listens intently to the other. The classical jazz repertoire which is so dear to them is attacked from all sides and their improvisations make for utterly daring sequences. On familiar standards such as What Is This Thing Called Love? by Cole Porter or Ruby, My Dear by Thelonious Monk, the beauty, virtuosity and freedom on display are simply unmissable. This is a valuable record. © Marc Zisman / Qobuz
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Monk's Dream

Roy Hargrove

Jazz - Verschenen op 18 juni 2021 | Resonance Records

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Blues for Mr. Hill

Roy Hargrove

Moderne jazz - Verschenen op 21 mei 2021 | Resonance Records

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Live at Ronnie Scott's

Bill Evans

Jazz - Verschenen op 4 december 2020 | Resonance Records

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Love You Madly: Live at Bubba's

Monty Alexander

Jazz - Verschenen op 4 december 2020 | Resonance Records

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Rollins in Holland: The 1967 Studio & Live Recordings

Sonny Rollins

Jazz - Verschenen op 4 december 2020 | Resonance Records

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Love You Madly: Live at Bubba's

Monty Alexander

Jazz - Verschenen op 4 december 2020 | Resonance Records

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Rollins in Holland: The 1967 Studio & Live Recordings

Sonny Rollins

Jazz - Verschenen op 4 december 2020 | Resonance Records

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Live at Ronnie Scott's

Bill Evans

Jazz - Verschenen op 4 december 2020 | Resonance Records

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Love You Madly: Live at Bubba's

Monty Alexander

Jazz - Verschenen op 4 december 2020 | Resonance Records

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Once Upon A Time: The Lost 1965 New York Studio Sessions

Bob James

Jazz - Verschenen op 4 september 2020 | Resonance Records

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Tune Up

Sonny Rollins

Jazz - Verschenen op 4 september 2020 | Resonance Records

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Hittin' The Ramp: The Early Years (1936 - 1943)

Nat King Cole

Jazz - Verschenen op 14 augustus 2020 | Resonance Records

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Blues n' Ballads: The Best of Gene Harris on Resonance

Gene Harris Quartet

Jazz - Verschenen op 31 juli 2020 | Resonance Records

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Blues n' Ballads: The Best of Gene Harris on Resonance

Gene Harris Quartet

Jazz - Verschenen op 31 juli 2020 | Resonance Records