℗ 2004 Songlines Recordings
 

Solos

Robin Holcomb, Wayne Horvitz

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1
Reno
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
4:16
2
Tired
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
3:44
3
Armageddon
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
5:10
4
The Pleasures Of Motion
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
2:28
5
Joanna's Solo
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
3:11
6
Before the Comet Comes
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
13:14
7
Stars Fell on Alabama
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
2:50
8
Interpretation #1
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
2:31
9
The Road to Zamora
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
1:56
10
Buttermilk Hill
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
5:46
11
Up Do
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
1:51
12
Interpretation #2
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
2:52
13
Done For
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
3:22
14
Crispin and Lisa's Duet
Robin Holcomb; Wayne Horvitz
4:01
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    57:12
"... they demonstrate that common knowledge and musical cross-fertilization can result in styles which, while clearly influenced by each others' personal explorations, can still be distinct and unmistakable ... beautifully recorded and filled with subtle beauty and moments of darkness ..."
- All About Jazz

Husband and wife pianists Wayne Horvitz and Robin Holcomb takes turns at the keyboard on this 2004 release, the couple's first recording sharing equal billing. They are together and yet alone, as the title promises, each plays solo piano. The instrument is a Steinway D; the programme they have sequenced includes original compositions, free improvisations and three covers, including Wayne Shorter’s beautiful Armageddon. The live-to-DSD recording in a small concert hall creates an intimate, palpable atmosphere.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 2.8224 MHz DSD – Songlines Recordings Studio Masters

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