Artist: Till Bronner Title Of Album: The Good Life Year Of Release: 2016 Label: Sony Masterworks Country: Europe Genre: Jazz Quality: FLAC (tracks) Bitrate: Lossless Time: 59:42 min Full Size: 348 MB
01. The Good Life [04:56] 02. Sweet Lorraine [04:01] 03. For All We Know [05:19] 04. Come Dance with Me [04:39] 05. Change Partners [04:56] 06. Love is Here to Stay [05:47] 07. I Loves You Porgy [04:57] 08. I May be Wrong [03:47] 09. O Que Resta [04:44] 10. I'm Confessin' that I Love You [03:55] 11. I'll be Seeing You [05:06] 12. Her Smile [04:08] 13. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning [03:20]
Till Br?nner has become Germany?s most successful Jazz musician in history. Although considered as "trumpet virtuoso“ his exceptional sensitivity for sound and melody next to his occasional singing brought him the reputation of being the “German Chet Baker”.
Throughout his career he has worked with greats from the Jazz and Pop world like Dave Brubeck, Herbie Hancock, Hildegard Knef, Annie Lennox, Michael Brecker, James Last, Monty Alexander, Al Di Meola, Chaka Khan, Natalie Cole, Tony Bennett, Johnny Griffin, Nena, Ernie Watts, Michael Franks and many others.
In 2008 he was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category “Best Classical Crossover Album” for “The Jazz Album”, an album he produced with classical bass-baritone singer Thomas Quasthoff. As a celebration of “50 years of bossa nova” he released his album “Rio” recorded with stellar guests and in 2009 he was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category “Best Jazz Instrumental Solo” for his performance on the album “The Standard” by legendary vocal ensemble Take 6.
In 2010 he became a TV-Star and acted as judge on the German “X-Factor“ and released his album “At the End of the Day“ for which he received his 5th Echo Award.
The Good Life is a collection of popular and much-loved standards, which feature him on vocals as well as trumpet and flugelhorn. The album was recorded in Los Angeles with (John Clayton (Bass), Jeff Hamilton (Drums) , Larry Goldings (Piano) & Anthony Wilson (Guitar), and produced by veteran, Dutch-born Ruud Jacobs.