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Brian Bromberg – It’s About Time (1991)

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Brian Bromberg – It’s About Time (1991)

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1. Dear John ( Hubbard )
2. Echoes ( Coil, Watts )
3. One for the Woofer ( Taylor
4. Waltz for Daphne ( Bromberg )              play
5. Yes or No ( Shorter )
6. If I Should Lose You ( Rainger, Robin )    play
7. From Dust to Dessert ( Bromberg )
8. The Gnocchi (Ne-O-Ki) Man ( Coil )
9. Buddha Belly ( Bromberg )

Personnel :
Brian Bromberg - Bass acoustic
David Bromberg - Drums
Mitchel Forman - Piano
Mike Garson - Piano
Freddie Hubbard - Trumpet, Flishorn
Marc Hugenberger - Piano
Joel Taylor - Percussion
Ernie Watts - Tenor sax
Doug Webb – Tenor sax .

 

Featuring A-list guests like legendary jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard and versatile saxophonist Ernie Watts, "It’s About Time" garnered 4 ½ stars from the All Music Guide recently and the same rating from Japan’s top jazz magazine, Swing Journal, upon it’s original release. This gem documents the debut recording of bassist/producer Brian Bromberg on acoustic bass, using the same 300-year old instrument he played while touring with jazz giant Stan Getz at age 19. Recorded in 1991 the project has been re-mixed and re-mastered, sounding as fresh as the day it was recorded. Other featured players are Mike Garson and Mitchell Forman (piano), David Bromberg (drums), and Doug Webb (saxophones).

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