Passage of Time

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Passage of Time
Passage of Time album.jpg
Studio album by Joshua Redman
Released March 27, 2001
Recorded June, 2000
Genre Jazz, Post-bop
Length 54:04
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Joshua Redman
Joshua Redman chronology
Beyond
(2000)Beyond2000
Passage of Time
(2001)
Elastic
(2002)Elastic2002
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Passage of Time is a 2001 album by jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman.

Background[edit]

In this album, Joshua Redman strings together 8 different original compositions into a continuous piece for the first time, with pianist Aaron Goldberg, bassist Reuben Rogers, and drummer Gregory Hutchinson (part of Redman's Quartet) as partners in this project.

Redman states, "One of my goals as a jazz musician is to construct a meaningful narrative. Not a literal or analytical narrative, but an emotional narrative of sound. That's how I would describe Passage Of Time: a piece of music that says something from start to finish. It tells a story. It has themes and motifs that become topics for group discussion. It's a long story, consisting of smaller ones, discovered and articulated during the music-making process. The band speaks through conversations, and our dialogues give the music feeling, purpose and direction."[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Before"
  2. "Free Speech, Phase I - Declaration"
  3. "Free Speech, Phase II - Discussion"
  4. "Our Minuet"
  5. "Bronze"
  6. "Time"
  7. "Enemies Within"
  8. "After"

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