Brad Mehldau records ‘Live in Marciac’ at ‘Jazz in Marciac’ festival in France (2006)

Brad Mehldau‘s ‘Live in Marciac’ is a live album recorded on August 2, 2006 at ‘Jazz in Marciac,’ France and released on February 22, 2011 By Nonesuch.


Brad Mehldau records ‘Live in Marciac’ at ‘Jazz in Marciac’ festival in France (2006)

1 . Goodbye Storyteller (for Fred Myrow)

2 . Goodbye Storyteller (Documentary interview)

3 . My Favorite Things

Track Listing : 1.Storm (Brad Mehldau) – 04:30 . 2.It’S All Right With Me (Cole Porter) – 05:22 . 3.Secret Love (Paul Francis Webster, Sammy Fain) – 07:14 . 4.Unrequited (Brad Mehldau) – 08:22 . 5.Resignation (Brad Mehldau) – 10:25 . 6.Trailer Park Ghost (Brad Mehldau) – 10:12 . 7.Goodbye Storyteller (For Fred Myrow) – 07:31 . 8.Exit Music (For A Film) (Radiohead) – 07:47 . 9.Things Behind The Sun (Nick Drake) – 07:48 . 10.Lithium (Kurt Cobain) – 04:32 . 11.Lilac Wine (James Alan Shelton) – 09:19 . 12.Martha My Dear (John Lennon, Paul Mccartney) – 06:56 . 13.My Favorite Things (Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein Ii) – 06:31 . 14.Dat Dere (Bobby Timmons) – 05:30

Musicians : Brad Mehldau – Piano

Production : Produced By Brad Mehldau Duncan Aldrich – Engineer . Greg Calbi – Mastering . V

Package : John Gall – Design

Recorded On August 2, 2006 At Jazz In Marciac, France.

Released On February 22, 2011 By Nonesuch.

(Source Brad Mehldau – Live in Marciac | Official Website)

Brad Mehldau


Through his choice to cover the likes of Oasis and Soundgarden, his crossover endeavors into classical and pop-jazz territoryand all of those pesky Bill Evans comparisons, it’s easy to forget that Brad Mehldau is a soulful interpreter and damn fine pianist […]

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Unlike Jarrett, Mehldau doesn’t start with a blank slate when he hits the stage. Instead, he combines original material with older standards and imaginative reworkings of more recent pop songs to build sets where form provides a clear open door to freedom […]


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