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Point in Time

Fred Hersch

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One of the busiest and most dependable musicians of the '90s, pianist Fred Hersch delivers another strong performance with Point in Time, mixing standards, choice jazz classics, and his own creative originals. His trio with bassist Drew Gress and drummer Tom Rainey is featured on four tracks; highlights include his moving rendition of "The Peacocks" and a driving original, "Cat's Paws," dedicated to the late promising pianist Dave Catney who died a few months before these sessions. Tenor saxophonist Rich Perry is featured on the delicate arrangement of "Infant Eyes," while trumpeter Dave Douglas joins Hersch on the pianist's melancholy but insistent "Too Soon." The full quintet is featured on several songs, including the pianist's pulsating post bop title track as well as on "Evidence," which captures the playfulness of its composer, Thelonious Monk. Recommended.
© Ken Dryden /TiVo

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Point In Time
00:06:11

Fred Hersch, Performer

1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH 1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH

2
You Don't Know What Love Is
00:06:52

Fred Hersch, Performer

1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH 1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH

3
As Long As There's Music
00:06:57

Fred Hersch, Performer

1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH 1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH

4
Spring Is Here
00:04:33

Fred Hersch, Performer

1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH 1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH

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The Peacocks
00:08:17

Fred Hersch, Performer

1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH 1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH

6
Infant Eyes
00:08:44

Fred Hersch, Performer

1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH 1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH

7
Cat's Paws
00:04:26

Fred Hersch, Performer

1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH 1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH

8
Too Soon
00:05:17

Fred Hersch, Performer

1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH 1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH

9
Evidence
00:05:07

Fred Hersch, Performer

1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH 1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH

10
Drew's Blues
00:05:13

Fred Hersch, Performer

1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH 1995 ENJA RECORDS Matthias Winckelmann GmbH

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One of the busiest and most dependable musicians of the '90s, pianist Fred Hersch delivers another strong performance with Point in Time, mixing standards, choice jazz classics, and his own creative originals. His trio with bassist Drew Gress and drummer Tom Rainey is featured on four tracks; highlights include his moving rendition of "The Peacocks" and a driving original, "Cat's Paws," dedicated to the late promising pianist Dave Catney who died a few months before these sessions. Tenor saxophonist Rich Perry is featured on the delicate arrangement of "Infant Eyes," while trumpeter Dave Douglas joins Hersch on the pianist's melancholy but insistent "Too Soon." The full quintet is featured on several songs, including the pianist's pulsating post bop title track as well as on "Evidence," which captures the playfulness of its composer, Thelonious Monk. Recommended.
© Ken Dryden /TiVo

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