Yaron Herman (geb. 1981): A Time For Everything
A Time For Everything
- 1 Play Army Of Me (6:01)
- 2 Play Stompin (3:40)
- 3 Play Layla Layla (5:24)
- 4 Play Interlude (1:08)
- 5 Play Toxic (4:28)
- 6 Play Neshima (5:16)
- 7 Play Paluszki (5:18)
- 8 Play Prelude No. 2 In B Flat Major, Opus 35 (2:31)
- 9 Play Message In A Bottle (4:44)
- 10 Play Mmm (6:03)
- 11 Play Monkey Paradise (3:51)
- 12 Play In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning (5:30)
- 13 Play El toro (3:23)
- 14 Play Hallelujah (3:46)
+ Matt Brewer, Gerald Cleaver
ProduktinfoEin überwältigendes Publikums- und Medienecho begleitet seine Karriere. In seiner Wahlheimat Frankreich wird Yaron Herman schnell die Hoffnung des modernen Jazz. Er erhält den „Victoires du Jazz“ als bester neuer Instrumentalist und sein erstes Trioalbum „A Time for Everything“ wird von den beiden großen französischen Jazz-Zeitschriften Jazzman und Jazz Magazine zum Album des Jahres gewählt. Gleichzeitig tourt Yaron Herman so intensiv, wie kaum ein anderer junger Jazzmusiker und erspielt sich in Europa und auch in Asien und Amerika eine immense Zuhörerschaft.
After performing more than a hundred solo concerts around the world, Yaron decided it was time to record his next album, his first as a trio. He took great care in choosing the partners who would join him. He again chose to make the recording while in residence at the Château de La Borie, which gave him the time to get to know his musicians, living alongside them before going into the recording studio. It gave them time for talking things over, changing things round, discovering each other, trying things out and playing. It just gave them time!
The choice of Gerald Cleaver is interesting. The young drummer from Detroit (Michigan) has travelled around the world playing with dozens of musicians including Miroslav Vitous, Matthew Shipp or Jacky Terrason. With his extensive range from be-bop to free jazz, Gerald Cleaver is an experienced and accomplished drummer and percussionist. His range, his poly-rhythmic sense, his spacial awareness, his strong ferocious groove make him the perfect partner for this trio.
Matthew Brewer is of the same generation as the others and though still little-known on this side of the Atlantic is on his way up. Favoured by Jef Tain Watts, Greg Osby or Gonzalo Rubalcaba for his ample, sure, precise drive, this musician has good references for someone who is not yet 25. (yaron-herman. com)