Moments in Trio · Volume Two
  • Yaniv Taubenhouse Yaniv Taubenhouse
  • Rick Rosato Rick Rosato
  • Jerad Lippi Jerad Lippi

Yaniv Taubenhouse

Moments in Trio · Volume Two

Fresh Sound New Talent

Yaniv Taubenhouse (p), Rick Rosato (b), Jerad Lippi (d)

Reference: FSNT-567

Bar code: 8427328435673


01. Perpetuation (Yaniv Taubenhouse) 7:22
02. On the Street Where You Live (Frederick Loewe) 7:25
03. Fairytale (Yaniv Taubenhouse) 8:21
04. Paris (Yaniv Taubenhouse) 7:15
05. Introspection (Thelonious Monk) 7:03
06. Pigeon House Blues (Yaniv Taubenhouse) 5:52
07. Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? (Jay Gorney) 4:51
08. Paratodos (Chico Buarque) 7:50
09. Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye (Cole Porter) 2:45
10. Ilaria (Yaniv Taubenhouse) 6:07

Album details

All tracks arranged by Yaniv Taubenhouse (ASCAP) except #8 by Rick Rosato (BMI)

Yaniv Taubenhouse (piano), Rick Rosato (bass), Jerad Lippi (drums).
Recorded at Sear Sound Studios, New York City, June 14, 2017

Sound engineer: Robert L. Smith
Assisted by Grant Valentine
Mixed by Robert L. Smith at Defy Recordings, New York City
Mastered by Pieter De Wagter at Equus Studio, Bruxelles, Belgium
Photos by Noé Kains & Art M. Altman
Design: Rafa Ross

Produced by Yaniv Taubenhouse
Executive Producer: Jordi Pujol

Press reviews

"Subtly sailing along in a way that elicits an all-over feel-goodism, the title track for Yaniv Taubenhouse’s new CD, “Perpetuation,” glows like a welcomed candle in the dark. Taubenhouse (trained in several instruments but ultimately drawn to piano) has written songs that melt away the anxieties and uncertainties of daily life.

Slightly bouncy in a nod to the old-school head (perhaps borrowing some DNA from “Satin Doll”), Taubenhouse’s “Introspection” is generous and breezy, growing stronger in the second half until releasing a big sigh to wrap things up. “Pigeon House Blues” (cover your pate!) has the energy of an abundance of pigeons that inhabit his hometown of New York City. One can imagine the grey/sometimes white birds skittering, hopping on sidewalks, resting on city benches. The instrumentation is particularly phenomenal in this track as if the three are one. And even if you’ve heard “Brother Can You Spare A Dime?” enough to last a lifetime, it’s still amazing to listen to a really tight ensemble like this pull it off honoring its heirloom personality while adding a special sizzle that brings it into the present day."

Debbie Burke -Jazz Author


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