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Brad Mehldau Spans Many Musical Forms on 'Finding Gabriel'

Jazz pianist Brad Mehldau creates another hybrid project built on a layering of keyboards, drums, woodwinds, voices, and strings—with a gloss of politics and religion along the edges. Occasionally brilliant.

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Joshua Redman and Brad Mehldau: Nearness

Good jazz doesn't always have to knock down barriers. Sometimes it's just the sound of two friends catching up.

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Brad Mehldau Trio: Blues and Ballads

Twenty-five years into a great career, Brad Mehldau issues one of subtlest and most comfortable trio performances.

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Brad Mehldau: 10 Years Solo Live

Brad Mehldau's career as a solo artist, in all senses of that word, takes a huge leap forward with this box set.

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Antonio Sánchez: Three Times Three/Meridian Suite

Antonio Sánchez's future is flourishing before our eyes; all we have to do is sit back and watch it unfold.

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Mehliana: Taming the Dragon

The duo of jazz pianist Brad Mehldau and drummer/electronic musician Mark Guilana creates complex soundscapes that are compelling, goofy, and complex.

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Brad Mehldau Trio: Ode

A fine trio returns to recording with a book of alive, searching original tunes.

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Brad Mehldau: Live in Marciac

Jazz pianist Brad Mehldau takes the stage solo in south France, where all of his talents are laid bare for all to see and hear.

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Anne Sofie von Otter & Brad Mehldau: Love Songs

A small bit of inspiration and a whole lot of elegance go into this collaboration between jazz pianist Mehldau and opera star von Otter.

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Allen Toussaint: The Bright Mississippi

A storied delta pianist makes an album of classic New Orleans tunes, and it may be the best jazz of 2009.

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Chris Thile + Brad Mehldau

With just his mandolin for company, Chris Thile's set included the expected folk tunes, some originals, and a sprinkling of the classical pieces that he found influential.

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Marian McPartland: Marian McPartlands Piano Jazz: Brad Mehldau

McPartland and Mehldau offer up an easy, painless introduction into the world of piano jazz.

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Brad Mehldau: Largo

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