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The result of three days of intensive rehearsal and recording by pianist Chris Anderson and bassist Charlie Haden, this 1997 album is a feat of improvisation and spontaneity.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 14, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: 1201 Music
  • ASIN: B000008UO3
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,108 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By the way I see it on June 26, 2011
Format: Audio CD
While I am sure that many jazz listeners have their favorite evening and late-night listening favorites, this is one of mine. It is simple beauty, yet subtantive enough to warrant spinning on a regular basis. If you're feeling stressed, possessed, or obsessed...unwind and be set free by this gorgeous CD with Charlie Haden on bass and Chris Anderson on piano.

I have been a Haden fan for decades, but Chris Anderson is a new artist for me. Together they play as one voice, though both unique voices are distinctive and completely complementary. The first cut, a thirteen minute version of "The Night We Called It a Day," will reel you in, with or without your permission, and the subsequent eight songs will seal the listening deal.

This is a CD you could play for the totally uninitiated who have no jazz schema, and they might very well say something like "that's pretty music," and indeed it is. But it's also about as soulful as music gets and, as mentioned, substantive. I find myself able to listen and really hear--with great pleasure, I might add--every nuance while reading a book or browsing jazz CDs and reading reviews on Amazon, which is something I like to do in the evening.

I realize that Haden-Jarrett's "Jasmine" has received wide acclaim, and I am a huge fan of both artists, but this CD, IMO, provides me with much more listening pleasure. I'm sure that's simply a matter of preference and how "None But The Lonely Heart" "speaks" to my heart.

I suspect that there are many jazz listening artists who, like me up until a year ago, are not even aware of Chris Anderson. This CD is a perfect opportunity to make his acquaintence. I think you'll be glad you did. By the way, Charlie sounds as good as he ever has on this Naim recording, which took place in 1997. Enjoy!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth R. Cervelli on June 6, 2014
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I won't be able to add to what the two previous reviewers have said about this absolutely gorgeous recording, although it is heartening to know that others like to browse jazz guides, read Amazon reviews, etc. while listening to music. Indeed, I am right now listening to the seventh track ("It Never Entered My Mind"), and I have just realized that it is such an incredibly lovely performance that I am not sure I would be able to withstand its aching beauty without distractions. But rest assured that I WILL listen to this track -- and the entire recording -- while doing absolutely nothing else, because this is piano-bass duet playing of the very highest order (and beautifully recorded, as my Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings correctly points out).

I love the piano, and I have been listening to jazz pianists in particular for a very long time, and I have to say that Chris Anderson's playing here beggars belief for its subtle, ceaseless invention (on literally each and every track). And Haden's playing is the epitome of economy and grace. He plays for Anderson, and (because this is the self-effacing nature of genius) makes his awe-inspiring musical presence deeply felt as a result.

Coda: if you like Chris Anderson, I recommend the Frank Strozier twofer, Long Night (reissued by Milestone). Anderson plays on the first album (the cd's first eight tracks), and it is an excellent way to introduce yourself to what he sounded like earlier on in his career (in 1961).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Scullin on September 27, 2013
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No matter what Charlie Haden puts down on record it is a historical document. I first heard him with Ornette Coleman back in 1960 when he was playing at the 5 Spot in NYC. I may have more Haden tunes on my iTunes than those of anyone else. You can't go wrong with this one.
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Anderson wasn’t all that well known even in his heyday. Like the much better known Michel Petrucciani, he suffered from brittle bone syndrome and in addition was blind. Still, he played with Von Freeman and Charlie Parker in his native Chicago and toured briefly with Dinah Washington. (She never kept any accompanist long.) A 20-year-old Herbie Hancock heard him play, just once, in 1960 and begged him to take him as a student. Hancock has referred to him as his guru. Pianist Barry Harris regularly featured Anderson as a guest in his concerts and drummer Billy Higgins admired his work enough to record with him. He died in Manhattan in 2008 at the age of 81, which means he was seventy when he sat down in a studio to record this lovely album with bassist Charlie Haden.

It’s a quiet album –eight ballads, all standards, and a blues written by Haden. Anderson plays alone on “Nobody’s Heart.” All the rest are duets. The musicians take their time with the music: “The Night We Call I t a Day” runs 13 minutes and 19 seconds, Anderson’s solo piece over ten, and piece is shorter than five and a half minutes (5:25 actually). The format, like the songs chosen to be played, seems conventional, almost old-fashioned: typically, Anderson starts a capella, with an introduction that hides the melody as much as discloses it; then Haden will enter backing him, and Anderson will roll out the melody; Anderson solos, accompanied by the bassist; Haden solos alone; Anderson returns and the two conclude with statement of melody again.

Have no doubt: Anderson is a modernist but he’s a curiously old-fashioned sounding one. Haden recorded in duet and trio with a lot of pianists: Keith Jarrett, Hampton Hawes, Paul Bley, Egberto Gismonti, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Barry Harris, Hank Jones.
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