Track of the day: London

TRACK OF THE DAY The dreamy 'London' is from Robert Glasper's score for the Stella Meghie directed romantic film The Photograph set in New York, New Orleans and London. Out on Back Lot Music.

Published: 19 Mar 2020. Updated: 2 months.

TRACK OF THE DAY The dreamy 'London' is from Robert Glasper's score for the Stella Meghie directed romantic film The Photograph set in New York, New Orleans and London.

Out on Back Lot Music.

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1990s back to the future moment as feelgood ''Moodswingers'' return

'Right Back Round Again' amounts to the first feelgood sounds introducing the return of the Moodswing 1994 quartet of Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride and Brian Blade. Feelgood, feelanythingbutbad? we need some of that for sure in the …

Published: 19 Mar 2020. Updated: 2 months.

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'Right Back Round Again' amounts to the first feelgood sounds introducing the return of the Moodswing 1994 quartet of Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride and Brian Blade. Feelgood, feelanythingbutbad? we need some of that for sure in the current climate.

For many Redman's best ever band made not long after his stunning debut Wish made him jazz famous the year before in those very different CD loving pre-streaming times. Issuing label Nonesuch indicate that there are 7 new songs on Round Again (3 by Redman, 2 by Mehldau and 1 each by McBride and Blade). McBride's puntastic 'Floppy Diss' has maybe the best period reference of the song titles. Round again: Lucky for some, eh…? And very welcome.

Top clockwise from top left: Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride, Brian Blade. Look for the record in July.