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Walking Shadows Earns Five Stars from Audiophile Audition: "A CD to Relish"

on September 23, 2013

Joshua Redman's new album, Walking Shadows, which features an orchestral ensemble and was produced by his friend and frequent collaborator Brad Mehldau, has earned five stars from Audiophile Audition. The record's core ensemble is a quartet featuring Mehldau, Larry Grenadier, and Brian Blade. "A CD alone with these three gentlemen would be enough to make jazz fans happy," says the site. And yet, the album's orchestral tracks are "what makes Walking Shadows a major event ... This is a CD to relish."

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NPR Captures Joshua Redman Quartet Newport Jazz Festival Performance

on August 26, 2013

Joshua Redman, a regular fixture at the Newport Jazz Festival, returned to Newport’s Fort Adams State Park earlier this month to perform with his quartet—Aaron Goldberg on piano, Reuben Rogers on bass, Gregory Hutchinson on drums—on the festival stage. NPR Music was there to capture some of the magic, including the two opening tracks from the Quartet’s set: "Summertime" from Porgy and Bess and Blonde Redhead’s "Doll Is Mine.”

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Joshua Redman's "Walking Shadows" a "Riveting Collection, Great Work of Art" (All About Jazz)

on July 02, 2013

Joshua Redman is "a musician of such intelligence and energy, who is so adaptable, that he easily finds a way to make himself at home in any given musical surrounding," writes All About Jazz in a review of his new album, Walking Shadows. "As such, Redman is perfectly suited to performing with large ensembles," as he does on the new album, a "riveting collection" and "an emotionally charged, wonderfully seamless slow burn of an album that is a great work of art."

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Joshua Redman Reaches "New Levels of Prowess" in NYC "Walking Shadows" Concert (NY Times)

on June 07, 2013

Joshua Redman performed songs from his new album, Walking Shadows, at New York's Town Hall on Tuesday with the album's core ensemble—Brad Mehldau, Larry Grenadier, Brian Blade—and the chamber orchestra The Knights. The New York Times' Nate Chinen says the event "was, objectively speaking, a special night," exclaiming: "Mr. Redman has always been a fluid technician, but the inner glow in his tone throughout the night, along with the grace and clarity of his ideas, suggested new levels of prowess."

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NY Times: "Walking Shadows" Redman's Most "Sublimely Lyrical" Album Yet

on June 03, 2013

Joshua Redman will be joined by longtime collaborators and close friends Brad Mehldau on piano, Larry Grenadier on bass, and Brian Blade on drums for a performance of music from his new album, Walking Shadows, at The Town Hall in New York City this Tuesday, June 4. The artists, all of whom perform on the album, which Mehldau produced, will share the stage for the 2013 Blue Note Jazz Festival with the New York-based orchestra The Knights. The New York Times music critic Nate Chinen recognizes the concert as "a rare thing" and "an early highlight" of the festival.

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