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Jazz - Released January 26, 2018 | RCA - Sony Masterworks

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With The Good Life, released in 2016 and for which he took a dip in the Great American Songbook, Till Brönner was at his zenith. The German trumpet player and singer penned an album of smooth classics, leaning toward love songs, which he revisited with elegance and sophistication. With Nightfall, Brönner joins forces with his old accomplice, double bass player Dieter Ilg, to revisit once again the music of great authors. Except that this time, the program couldn’t be more eclectic: from the Beatles’ Eleanor Rigby to Leonard Cohen’s A Thousand Kisses Deep, to Johann Sebastian Bach, Ornette Coleman and Jerome Kern, the duo has tackled a large repertoire. But the virtuosity shared by the two musicians allows them to make the whole project homogeneous. They most of all find a very sensual language. Each note is weighted and the silences and spaces are never forgotten. In short, this Nightfall is the incarnation of elegance. © CM/Qobuz
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Jazz - Released October 30, 2020 | Masterworks

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Confirming the cliché “Unity is Strength”, German trumpetist and singer Till Brönner and the American pianist Bob James have cowritten On Vacation, a work of smooth, hedonistic jazz. Before becoming the king of smooth jazz who has been sampled by every rapper on the planet (his Nautilus has ended up on over 400 tracks by the likes of Public Enemy, A Tribe Called Quest and Ghostface Killah), Bob James made pure, hard jazz, accompanying even the great Sarah Vaughan between 1965 and 1968. A music that was light years away from the funky fusion that would make his money throughout the 70s and 80s. It is clearly this ultra-smooth version of Bob James that fascinates Brönner, thirty years his younger. Somewhat like On Vacation’s sleeve, the two musicians have conceived a meticulous and flawless work that features soul themes carried by silky, comforting grooves. One must also note the immense Harvey Mason’s jazz’n’funk drums which feature on over half the tracks. Amidst the ensemble, Till Brönner’s trumpet holds an incredible lightness and his voice, on the few sung tracks, is like that of Donald Fagen, laid back and carefree. But it is ultimately in the more stripped-down songs like Miranda, those which veer off the beaten track where Brönner and James are alone without rhythmic sections, that the sheer extent of their style shines through the most. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Jazz - Released September 2, 2016 | RCA - Sony Masterworks

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Jazz - Released January 1, 2000 | Verve

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Jazz - Released January 1, 2002 | Boutique

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Jazz - Released January 1, 2004 | Boutique

German trumpeter Till Brönner's 2004 album That Summer features the pop-jazz artists smooth, laid-back horn style. Included are such originals as "Your Way to Say Goodbye," and "Ready or Not" as well as Brönner's take on the standards "Bein' Green" and "When Your Lover Has Gone." © Matt Collar /TiVo
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Jazz - Released August 26, 2016 | RCA - Sony Masterworks

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Jazz - Released May 25, 2016 | RCA - Sony Masterworks

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Jazz - Released July 15, 2016 | RCA - Sony Masterworks

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