The Anne Fadale Trio | How the Time Goes By

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How the Time Goes By

by The Anne Fadale Trio

Live studio recording of the piano, bass, drums jazz trio featuring the late, great Anne Fadale on piano with her sons, Bud (bass) and Charlie (drums). Anne was a Jazz Master and one of Oscar Peterson’s prize students, who he referred to as a contemporary.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. My How the Time Goes By Anne Fadale Trio
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2. Emily Anne Fadale Trio
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3. You Look Good to Me Anne Fadale Trio
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4. A Beautiful Friendship / I Haven't Got Anything Better to Do Anne Fadale Trio
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5. If You Could See Me Now Anne Fadale Trio
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6. Wave Anne Fadale Trio
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7. Early Autumn Anne Fadale Trio
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8. Wait Till You See Her Anne Fadale Trio
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9. There Is No Greater Love Anne Fadale Trio
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10. Then I'll Be Tired of You Anne Fadale Trio
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11. Lucky to Be Me Anne Fadale Trio
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12. Little Boat Anne Fadale Trio
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13. All My Love Belongs to You Anne Fadale Trio
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14. Autumn Leaves Anne Fadale Trio
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15. Can You Read My Mind Anne Fadale Trio
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Back in 1983 my mother, the late and great Anne Fadale, invited my brother Charlie and me to play a Live Broadcast recorded by Select Sound Studios here in the Buffalo New York Area. We played and had a great time, but I never heard the broadcast. Years went by and once in a while I would have a recording session at that same studio and inevitably one of the engineers would come up and ask me about that 1983 session. They would always tell me it was one of the best live broadcasts but, it wasn't until a year ago that it was located and I was able to finally hear this recording. It was very exciting and emotional to hear my mother on a fine instrument and properly recorded. It turns out to be one of the only quality recordings I have of her. So with the help of studio owner, Bill Kothen, I was able to get the original studio tapes restored and I Digitally Re-Mastered the recording. By the way, it was the last 2 track (Stereo) recording done by the studio. And now I am able to share my mother’s great talent with the world. She was truly a musical force. As a child I certainly did not fully appreciate the power of this giant of jazz. She was my mom. I can recall one summer day driving with my mother and Blossom Dearie (another legendary woman of Jazz) out to visit Jack Yellen (composer/lyricist) at his farm in Springville. There we were, riding in the back of our Chevy Station Wagon with Anne and Blossom in the front seat with the jazz blasting on the radio. What a memory!
So now these lost recordings can be shared. I hope you enjoy them.


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Reggie Evans

Bud Fadale's Mastering of this Classic Live 2-Track Recording
After speaking with Bassist and long-time friend, Mr. Bud Fadale, I downloaded the Anne Fadale Trio's recording from CD Baby. WOW!!!!!!!!!!
First of all, Anne, Bud, and Charlie performed incredibly well and I agree with those engineers that Bud sent his mastering drafts to. They were right, he did an awesome job mastering these tracks - "no need to change a thing." The tracks are unbelievably clean and each of the frequencies speak clearly where they each live in the audio spectrum. The lows are nice and clean lows. The acoustic bass sounds rich with a distinctive quality of attack on strings, resonance, and body of the instrument that is clearly evident – a very full, robust sound. The drums sound great, as well. Charlie’s performance was awesome – very tasteful and articulate. I also liked the drum’s room reflection and found myself particularly impressed with EQ and treatment of the snare, hats, ride, and crash cymbals. Regarding piano, the mid-range frequencies are exactly where I desire them when I listen to mastered music, especially live. (I've always struggled with those pesky mid-range frequencies). The Piano's mid-range area is very warm, yet not muddy and not nasally, like some I've heard. Plus the piano's highs were handled very nicely, as well. Buddy mentioned challenges with the piano’s high frequencies from original recording condition. But, Mom's piano isn't so brittle at the top end anymore. Bud did a great job smoothing those frequencies out. Finally, I don't know if the original recording (in terms of mic placement) captured the essence of the room in a way the engineers desired or not, but I like what I hear from each instrument's reflections in that room - so whatever Bud did in mastering (if anything) to enhance, it also transltes to the listener extremely well. I think it’s what makes the tracks breath - it gives them that “LIFE LIFT” Sound (for lack of a better phrase to describe), that live music should always have, and yet it somehow seems richer. I love these "Classic" recordings, Buddy and I'm very impressed with your mastering work, here. What a great way to perpetuate your Mom's and The Fadale Family's legacy. I'm truly inspired. Four Thumbs Up and I only have Two!!!!
Sincerely, Reggie Evans (Percussionist/Music Producer, Buffalo, NY).

David Aguilar

Jazz that'll brighten your day!
This CD rocks! It contains some of the most beautiful piano playing I've ever heard ( the bassist and drummer aren't bad either) While I'm not jazz "expert" I always have my ear tuned for some beautiful music and this undiscovered gem is just that. ViVa la musica! Thank you Fadale Trio for this wonderful CD!

Steve Destro

The Anne Fadale Trio - How the Time Goes By
Just a wonderful compilation of Jazz tunes. Although the pieces revolve around piano, you will love these songs regardless of the type of Jazz you listen to.

Diane Taber

How the Time Goes By is jazz trio performance at its best
It’s wonderful to hear a fine jazz trio again! The musicianship is excellent, each player complementing the others and creating upon each other’s musical performances.
Anne’s version of “Emily” is outstanding. She plays each note with perfect expression. Her interpretation translates to a phrasing and tonality that is unique to her ability and envied by any singer who would love to express it that well.
There is dynamism to the arrangements, with the individual trio members introducing, building, and returning to the original themes, having gifted the listener with a beautifully layered performance, for example, on “If You Could See Me Now.”
The clarity and balance of the mastering of the recording is impressive. A good example of this is the interplay of Anne’s piano and the bow work of bassist Bud Fadale on “You Look Good to Me.”
Throughout, drummer Charlie Fadale is tasteful or driving as the music calls for it. And, together, all three blend so very well for a great production.