9 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fresh off his GRAMMYⓇ-winning collaboration with Tony Bennett on an album of Jerome Kern showtunes, pianist Bill Charlap channels the marquee-lit buzz of old-time New York in these evocative instrumentals. From the frisky “Not a Care in the World” (a showcase for the formidable chops of bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington) to the romantic reverie “Too Late Now,” Notes from New York harks back to a bygone era when fedora-clad hepcats clinked martinis at the Village Vanguard.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fresh off his GRAMMYⓇ-winning collaboration with Tony Bennett on an album of Jerome Kern showtunes, pianist Bill Charlap channels the marquee-lit buzz of old-time New York in these evocative instrumentals. From the frisky “Not a Care in the World” (a showcase for the formidable chops of bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington) to the romantic reverie “Too Late Now,” Notes from New York harks back to a bygone era when fedora-clad hepcats clinked martinis at the Village Vanguard.

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