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MTB - Consenting Adults

MTB - Consenting Adults by Brad Mehldau
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Brad Mehldau

Label: Elemental Music
Released: 2021
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Track Listing

Side A: Belief; Little Melonae I. Side B: Phantasm; Afterglow. Side C: Limbo; Consenting Adults. Side D: From This Moment on; Peace; Little Melonae II.


Mark Turner
saxophone, tenor
Larry Grenadier
bass, acoustic

Album Description

For the first time ever on vinyl!

“These guys were already established when this record was made. For reasons best known to original producer Gerry Teekens, or maybe because they couldn’t decide whose record it was, it didn’t appear for half a decade. That is a separate story, best told elsewhere. The fact is that it came out when each man was more deeply notched into the tally-post of modern jazz, each of them a touchstone for particular styles of piano-, saxophone- and guitar-playing. Hearing them thus masked throws us into the music, not the personalities or critical pigeonholes. Here’s M.T.B.” BRIAN MORTON (2021) [Brian Morton is a music writer, co-author of The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings. He has been a regular collaborator on BBC Radios 3 & 4, and on BBC Radio Scotland.]

Mastering for vinyl and lacquer cutting by Bernie Grundman.
Recorded on December 26, 1994 at RPM Studio, New York City.



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