It's That Time is the Brad Turner Quartet's first release on Cellar Live Records; although Brad has performed as a sideman on many of the releases on this label, this is his first as a leader. A live recording, this record captures the quartet at it's best - having played together for eighteen years now, the group has developed a level of musical empathy rarely heard in modern mainstream jazz today.
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Polished lines roll out of his horn with apparently effortless
I don’t think Brad Turner’s Quartet has put out a bad album.
I’m sure if you asked Brad he would cringe at a few things
about his earlier recordings like any musician who listens to
their early stuff. There will be absolutely no cringing by
anybody now or ever about his latest release on Maximum
Jazz, Small Wonder.
Anchored by Dylan van der Schyff’s propulsive and creative
drumming, Andre Lachance’s ultra creative and sensitive
bass lines, Bruno Hubert’s quirky and completely unique
piano stylings and of course the leader’s incredibly melodic
and complex trumpet playing