We are a vinyl only, membership driven label that launched in March with Frank Kimbrough’s Meantime. In April we released Jack DeJohnette’s first solo piano record, Return. We are extremely proud to present this latest recording of Noah’s, backed by a world-class band.
|Artwork by legendary French photographer Bernard Plossu|
The eclectic array of songs on Some Other Time includes choice standards ("My Little Brown Book," "A Ghost of A Chance"), Noah's originals, some Bob Dylan and a piece by the turn-of-the-century Paraguayan composer, Agustín Barrios Mangore.
We are looking forward to hearing what people think of this one.
|John Patitucci, Noah Preminger, Ben Monder and Billy Hart – ©WIlliam Semeraro|
“Mr. Preminger designs a different kind of sound for each note, an individual destiny and story.” — The New York Times
Preminger, just 30 years old, has recorded numerous critically acclaimed albums and is currently listed as #2 among Rising Star tenor saxophonists in the annual DownBeat Critics Poll. Earlier this year Noah released Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground, his continued exploration of the Mississippi Delta Blues, in praise of which Ed Enright of DownBeat wrote: "This is storytelling at its very best, and the sincere personal spin Preminger places on the repertoire makes it that much more intense and compelling."
|Noah Preminger – ©Jimmy Katz|
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|Frank Kimbrough: Meantime|
“One of the better-sounding recordings I’ve heard in some time. The perspective is up front and personal – in a good way – and the recording oozes texture and tonal truth…” – The Audio Beat
“This is surely among the best recorded albums I have heard, but not in a clinical way. Turn it up, close your eyes, and the band is in the room, such is the dynamic range, accuracy and richness of the sound.” – The Sydney Morning Herald
|Jack DeJohnette: Return|
"The crystalline acoustics feature crisp pedal sustain, and the high register notes are almost piercing in their clarity. This is contemplative music, highly percussive, rhythmic, with deeply felt emotion.” – Audiophile Audition
“…the sound is extraordinary. As his lyrical peregrinations of rediscovery unwrap hidden layers from well-travelled pieces such as Lydia, lovingly dedicated to his wife, and Silver Hollow, celebrating his home in upstate New York, there is an extra depth and warmth to the sound quality that surpasses even the expectation that vinyl brings with it.” – London Jazz News
Coming soon: A trio record from jazz great Don Friedman; Ben Allison featuring Ted Nash and Steve Cardenas; and Leo Genovese, featuring Esperanza Spaulding and Jack DeJohnette.