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Granada has a very cool progression that is very exotic.
I hope it brings many more into the fold, because for my money this guy is just about the best thing happening in contemporary music.
Only after listening to what has come before in music can one really appreciate the uniqueness that Mehldau offers.
Switching over to Nonesuch Records in 2004 that started out with the slightly
adventurous but disappointingly overblown Live In Tokyo, Brad Mehldau and his
trio... Read more
Only a couple of thoughts to add to the consensus view:
1. As Brad Mehldau Trio albums go, this one is just decent, finally falling into place with some cohesiveness around... Read more
This is Brad Mehldau's best album. The trio setting really showcases the talent of Brad Mehldau...With most trios, it's hard for the band to keep my attention. Read morePublished on February 24, 2006 by drum6282
This is one of my first Jazz CDs. I really like the first track and the rest of the album keeps my interest, as well. Read morePublished on February 19, 2006 by Chester J. Phillips
Finally! I've been so hopeful that Brad was going to mature into the heir apparent to Dave Brubeck as a Piano Jazz GOD! After hearing "She's Leaving Home", I'm finally convinced! Read morePublished on December 15, 2005 by Kaitlyn Young
Brad Mehldau has great talent I believe, I have listened to him for years and heard him live at the Kennedy Center. I'm a fan, a big fan. Read morePublished on November 29, 2005 by rash67
I remember sitting in a room at the North Sea Jazz Festival a few years back waiting for Brad Mehldau. Read morePublished on November 7, 2005 by A.J.H. Woodcount