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In This World

Mark Turner

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Backed by a stellar band that features such fine players as Brian Blade on drums and Brad Mehldau on piano, this sax player is given a daunting set-up on In This World. Thankfully, the promise pays off with a host of fine originals and a couple of surprising covers. Perhaps the most commendable aspect of Mark Turner's talent is his combination of melodic adventure and rich phrasing. "Mesa," the album's opening track, meanders from a relaxed melodic path to a switch-back road of surprises. And the closing rendition of the Beatles classic "She Said, She Said" is a deceptively breezy journey into the unknown. A fine horn voice in good form.
© Tim Sheridan /TiVo

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1
Mesa (LP Version)
00:07:33

MATT PIERSON, Producer - Brad Mehldau, Piano - Larry Grenadier, Bass - Brian Blade, Drums - Mark Turner, Tenor Saxophone, Writer, MainArtist

© 1998 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1998 Warner Records Inc.

2
Lennie Groove
00:07:18

MATT PIERSON, Producer - Brad Mehldau, Piano - Larry Grenadier, Bass - Brian Blade, Drums - Mark Turner, Tenor Saxophone, Writer, MainArtist

© 1998 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1998 Warner Records Inc.

3
You Know I Care (LP Version)
00:08:02

MATT PIERSON, Producer - Brad Mehldau, Piano - Duke Pearson, Writer - Brian Blade, Drums - Mark Turner, Tenor Saxophone, MainArtist - Larry Genadier, Bass

© 1998 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1998 Warner Records Inc.

4
The Long Road (LP Version)
00:06:48

MATT PIERSON, Producer - Brad Mehldau, Fender Rhodes Keyboards - Jorge Rossy, Additional Drums - Brian Blade, Drums - Mark Turner, Tenor Saxophone, Writer, MainArtist - Kurt Rosenwinkel, Guitar - Larry Genadier, Bass

© 1998 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1998 Warner Records Inc.

5
Barcelona (LP Version)
00:06:45

MATT PIERSON, Producer - Brad Mehldau, Piano - Larry Grenadier, Bass Guitar - Brian Blade, Drums - Mark Turner, Composer, Tenor Saxophone, MainArtist

© 1998 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1998 Warner Records Inc.

6
In This World (LP Version)
00:07:56

MATT PIERSON, Producer - Brad Mehldau, Fender Rhodes Keyboards - Larry Grenadier, Bass - Brian Blade, Drums - Mark Turner, Tenor Saxophone, Writer, MainArtist - Kurt Rosenwinkel, Guitar

© 1998 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc.

7
Days of Wine and Roses (LP Version)
00:05:02

Johnny Mercer, Writer - Henry Mancini, Writer - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Brad Mehldau, Piano - Larry Grenadier, Bass - Brian Blade, Drums - Mark Turner, Tenor Saxophone, MainArtist

© 1998 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1998 Warner Records Inc.

8
Bo Brussels (LP Version)
00:04:45

MATT PIERSON, Producer - Larry Grenadier, Bass - Brian Blade, Drums - Mark Turner, Tenor Saxophone, Writer, MainArtist - Kurt Rosenwinkel, Guitar - Jorge Roddy, Additional Drums

© 1998 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1998 Warner Records Inc.

9
She Said, She Said (LP Version)
00:06:13

John Lennon, Writer - Paul Mccartney, Writer - MATT PIERSON, Producer - Mark Turner, MainArtist

© 1998 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1998 Warner Records Inc.

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Backed by a stellar band that features such fine players as Brian Blade on drums and Brad Mehldau on piano, this sax player is given a daunting set-up on In This World. Thankfully, the promise pays off with a host of fine originals and a couple of surprising covers. Perhaps the most commendable aspect of Mark Turner's talent is his combination of melodic adventure and rich phrasing. "Mesa," the album's opening track, meanders from a relaxed melodic path to a switch-back road of surprises. And the closing rendition of the Beatles classic "She Said, She Said" is a deceptively breezy journey into the unknown. A fine horn voice in good form.
© Tim Sheridan /TiVo

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