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Time Remembers One Time Once [Original recording reissued]

Denny Zeitlin, Charlie Haden Audio CD

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5.0 out of 5 stars vital and intriguing 26 April 2006
By Jess Row - Published on
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This recording may be out of print but it's worth going out of your way to find. Zeitlin and Haden communicate beautifully throughout, with lyrical passages alternating with long, semi-abstract bass solos (particularly on the first cut, "Chairman Mao.") The recording is done live in front of a small audience, with excellent production values (somewhat reminiscent of Oscar Peterson's "Exclusively for My Friends" recordings for MPS in the sixties). Zeitlin is not very well known but has lately re-emerged as a very dynamic player in the Bill Evans/Fred Hersch/Mulgrew Miller tradition.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A keeper! 15 Mar 2009
By James - Published on
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"Time Remembers..." (1983) reminds me of the Bill Evans Trio's legendary "Live At the Village Vanguard" discs (1961). As with the Evan's discs, it is a live recording but without the trap set. Zeitlin on piano and Haden on bass afford each other equal time. The mood is introspective and meditative. This is the best live jazz album of the 80s. Small group jazz doesn't get any better than this. It is unusual that the studio that brought us perfect studio sound engineering, ECM, finally relaxes its iron clad grip and gives these artists freedom to record LIVE (as opposed to a studio recording) at the Keystone Corner in San Francisco. A keeper!
5.0 out of 5 stars Zeitlin shines again. 19 Sep 2012
By Songplayerman - Published on
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This date is focused on the piano/bass interactions. The title tune is sufficient recommendation for the disc. There is a duo feeling. It is not like a solo outing.
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