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Well, I Should Have...*

November 27, 2015 | Format: MP3

$7.92
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By Mr. E on December 3, 2015
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Jon Benjamin has helped me realize that I too am a jazz pianist as well.
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Words cannot begin to describe the beauty of this album, but I'll certainly make an effort.

H. Jon Benjamin has obtained the key to the indeterminant world of jazz piano. I've listened to all the greats over the years 10 times over, but never in my life have I heard someone stretch the boundaries of the genre so far. The call and response of "I Can't Play Piano, part 3" is breathtakingly profound. Benjamin completely reinvents the melodic function of "It Had to Be You," and it wouldn't shock me if his interpretation became the new norm. This album is simply a must have if you love jazz, hate jazz, feel "meh" about jazz, and everything in between.
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As someone that has been playing guitar for a couple of decades and still make people wince when I pick it up, this album offered hope to the very, very worst of us that even when we suck we are achieving...nothing. Absolutely nothing. Who am I kidding? Still. It's fun, isn't it?

I am reminded of my favorite line by John Lennon in the Anthologies: "Oh, s***. Wrong chord." which made my musical life complete. Hey, if he gets it wrong sometimes, it's OK if I get it wrong always. It's just a different form of greatness.

Bought the album and love it smile emoticon Playing it for all my unsuspecting jazz friends, waiting for one of them to remark on how "experimental" it is...
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To be honest, the beginning 30 seconds of this album left me rather unimpressed, but by the end of the 3rd track, my life-long understanding of Jazz (and really of music overall) had changed. By the time the album had ended, I walked away with the feeling that I could accomplish anything. This album is that inspiring.
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Jon Benjamin provides a pianistic breakthrough with his uniquely idiosyncratic jazz conception!
Compared to Jon's originality, Thelonious Monk sounds like Schroeder on Charlie Brown/Peanuts!
(And Amy must really be a special lady to have such a romantic ode [the *bonus track*] written in her honor!)
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Yes. It's amazing. Worth every penny. God bless Jon's sidemen.
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This should have garnered serious attention for jazz album of the year. As a jazzer, I'm impressed by John Benjamin's raw talent and amazing leadership. His performance stands out over the entire duration.
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Jon Benjamin has touched all of our hearts through a multitude of mediums, and he deserves much credit for all of those things. But with this album, he takes it to an amazingly new level.

It should be considered a crime to imply that this album is anything other than genius. Jazz is a musical genre that takes great skill, innovation and an ability to adjust to the mood of the room; that is if you're not creating the mood of the room through your musical prowess. Benjamin's album is made of the same stuffs musical legends throughout time have been able to muster. I. Am. Floored. I would gladly tip immense amounts of money to listen to this Jazz ensemble play. Hell, I would throw money at Benjamin just to listen to him at a piano bar. When it comes time for me to get married, I know exactly who I'm requesting to play at the wedding.
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