None but the Lonely Heart (album)

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None But the Lonely Heart
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Studio album by Charlie Haden and Chris Anderson
Released 1997
Recorded July 5 & 6, 1997
Genre Jazz
Length 78:37
Label Naim
Producer Charlie Haden
Charlie Haden chronology
Beyond the Missouri Sky (Short Stories)
(1996)Beyond the Missouri Sky (Short Stories)1996
None But the Lonely Heart
(1997)
The Art of the Song
(1999)The Art of the Song1999

None But the Lonely Heart is an album by pianist Chris Anderson and bassist Charlie Haden recorded in 1997 and released on the Naim label.[1]

Reception[edit]

The Allmusic review by Joel Roberts awarded the album 4½ stars, stating, "Chris Anderson is one of the unsung heroes of modern jazz piano. A revered figure among musicians, largely for his role as mentor to a young Herbie Hancock, Anderson has long been hindered by illness from aggressively pursuing his rightful place in the jazz limelight... One hopes that this outstanding, quietly brilliant duo effort with bass master Haden helps earn him some richly deserved acclaim".[2]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Night We Called It a Day" (Tom Adair, Matt Dennis) - 13:19
  2. "I Hear a Rhapsody" (George Fragos, Jack Baker, Bard, Dick Gasparre) - 7:04
  3. "Alone Together" (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz) - 6:52
  4. "Nobody's Heart" (Jim Eans) - 10:33
  5. "Body and Soul" (Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton, Johnny Green) - 6:24
  6. "The Things We Did Last Summer" (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne) - 5:26
  7. "It Never Entered My Mind" (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) - 9:04
  8. "CC Blues" (Chris Anderson, Charlie Haden) - 5:25
  9. "Good Morning Heartache" (Irene Higginbotham, Ervin Drake, Dan Fisher) - 8:30
  • Recorded at the Cami Hall in New York on July 5-7, 1997

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discogs album entry accessed December 7, 2011
  2. ^ a b Roberts, J. S. Allmusic Review accessed December 7, 2011