Featuring the magical touch of seventeen-time Grammy winning producer/engineer Al Schmitt (Diana Krall, Frank Sinatra) 'Night Time' was the much-anticipated and now infamous debut of singer/songwriter Mark Bransfield. 'Night Time' became an underground and CD Baby favorite via the airplay of influential Los Angeles radio station KCRW, driven by the support of Weekend Becomes Eclectic DJ Anne Litt among others.
An incomparable collection of classic ballads, uptempo dance tunes and original love songs, 'Night Time' is vocal pop-jazz at its finest, inviting well-deserved comparisons to many of the giants of the field-- Chet Baker and Mel Torme' for starters. Bransfield's achingly beautiful, air-filled voice expresses all of the longing and heartbreak that only magnificent singers, with songs like these, can convey. Under the auspices of recording legend Al Schmitt, the engineer of over 150 Gold and Platinum-selling albums, 'Night Time' was "...One of the first truly great albums of 2005."*
(*Michael Knudsen, popbytes.com)