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This album is Mastered for iTunes. Between them, bassist Charlie Haden and pianist Hank Jones have recorded a host of notable duo albums with everyone from guitarists Pat Metheny and Egberto Gismonti to pianists Tommy Flanagan and Keith Jarrett. But together they recorded Steal Away, and that sublime 1995 project of “spirituals, hymns, and folks songs” remains a highlight for both. Fifteen years later, the pair reunited a few months before Jones’ death for its follow-up, Come Sunday. The repertoire’s scope was expanded—there’s a pair of Christmas carols and the Duke Ellington title track. Yet the playing and interaction remain as deeply felt. Haden takes the melody on “Down by the Riverside,” with Jones providing his legendary intuitive accompaniment. “Going Home” is based on the theme from the second movement of Dvořák’s Ninth Symphony and is a textbook example of Jones’ sometimes-overlooked soulfulness.

Customer Reviews


Lovely, sublime, reverential, the late great Hank Jones and subtle Charlie Haden work this well. The first must-have of 2012.

Come Sunday

So lyrical and heartfelt. Wonderful.
Simple clear playing without ego.
They are masters.

clean and simple

great songs and great artists. I love this album. must buy.


Born: August 6, 1937 in Shenandoah, IA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As a member of saxophonist Ornette Coleman's early bands, bassist Charlie Haden became known as one of free jazz's founding fathers. Haden never settled into any of jazz's many stylistic niches, however. Certainly he played his share of dissonant music -- in the '60 and '70s, as a sideman with Coleman and Keith Jarrett, and as a leader of the Liberation Music Orchestra, for instance -- but for the most part, he seemed drawn to consonance. Witness his trio with saxophonist Jan Garbarek and guitarist...
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