Christmas arrives early with Brad Paisley (A Brad Paisley Christmas). He tells CMT Radio that the process of making the project ''isn't stressful and doesn't have the usual pressures of making a studio album, I didn't feel any of that with a Christmas album because nothing is going to chart, you just make something artistic.'' Paisley wrote three songs on the album, which includes "Jingle Bells" and Buck Owens' "Santa Looked a Lot Like Daddy."
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Nonesuch Records labelmates mandolinist/singer Chris Thile and pianist Brad Mehldau, longtime admirers of each other's work, first toured as a duo in 2013. At the end of 2015, they played a two-night stand at New York City's Bowery Ballroom before going into the studio to record Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau, a mix of covers and original songs that Nonesuch releases on January 27, 2017, on two CDs / LPs. The vinyl edition includes a bonus performance of Fiona Apple's "Fast As You Can." You can watch a live performances of the former above and the latter below.
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is a album released in 1983. In addition to her signature soul music songs, it also includes somewhat more Hi-NRG and Funk dance song production popular at the time such as , and the title track.
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R.I.P. Mr. Charlie Haden. In Memoriam. Alone Together, Lee Konitz's first recording for Blue Note, is a special event. The saxophonist teamed up with legendary bassist Charlie Haden and young lion pianist Brad Mehldau, and the trio's interaction on this set of relaxed bop is astonishing. On paper, the music on Alone Together – a collection of standards – should just be straightahead cool bop, but all three musicians are restless and inventive, making even the simplest numbers on the disc vibrant, lively and adventurous. It's a wonderful record, one that makes a convincing argument that Konitz remains a vital force even as he reached his seventieth year.