Bley remains true to Peacock's stylistic idiosyncrasies throughout this album. His heart-wrenching performances of "Touching" and "Blood" cast Peacock as a musical doppelganger of author Sylvia Plath. Peacock's originals possess stripped down emotions that bare her soul, and Bley's versions emanate directly from his artistic soul. His astounding work is matched, note-for-note by the ingenious soul-searching minimalism of Peacock's sinewy pizzicato playing, as well as the lonesome, electrifying beauty of Koglmann's trumpet and flugelhorn, capturing Peacock's sensibilities ever so accurately, especially on Miracles." Small wonder this album remains as fresh 18 years on as it was when it was originally released. - Raul D'Gama Rose, All About Jazz
PAUL BLEY, piano FRANZ KOGLMANN, flugelhorn, trumpet GARY PEACOCK, double bass
Recorded in Germany, April 12-14, 1992.
01. Touching 02. El Cordobes 03. Cartoon 04. Albert's Love Theme 05. Kid Dynamite 06. Miracles 07. Blood 08. Anette 10. Both 11. Blood 12. Mister Joy 13. Touching
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