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  • Joshua Redman - Full Concert - 08/14/93 - Newport Jazz Festival

    1:42

    Joshua Redman - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 8/14/1993 - Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, RI)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Blues On Sunday
    0:10:26 - Untitled Song
    0:25:52 - Wish
    0:36:57 - Just In Time
    0:48:40 - Rejoice

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  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Blues on Sunday

    12:46

    From the Philharmonic Hall in Munich
    On the occasion of the Munich Piano Summer 1994 (Münchner Klaviersommer)

    Joshua Redman - saxophone
    Brad Mehldau - piano
    Christian McBride - bass
    Brian Blade - drums

    Joshua Redman - Blues on Sunday

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  • Joshua Redman Quartet - St. Thomas

    25:25

    From the Philharmonic Hall in Munich
    On the occasion of the Munich Piano Summer 1994 (Münchner Klaviersommer)

    Joshua Redman - saxophone
    Brad Mehldau - piano
    Christian McBride - bass
    Brian Blade - drums

    Sonny Rollins - St. Thomas

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  • Joshua Redman Quartet @ Visioninmusica 2014

    23:23

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    Visioninmusica 2014 - giovedì 20 marzo, Auditorium Gazzoli - Terni (Italy)

    JOSHUA REDMAN QUARTET - WALKING SHADOWS

    JOSHUA REDMAN, saxophone
    AARON GOLDBERG, piano
    REUBEN ROGERS, bass
    GREG HUTCHINSON, drums

    Tunes performed:
    I'll Go Mine (Redman)
    Barracudas (Gil Evans)

    intervista a cura di:
    Chiara Silvestri

    riprese video:
    Greca Campus, Luciano Desiati

    montaggio video:
    Greca Campus



    Video Production: Associazione Visioninmusica

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  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Live in Bern, Switzerland 1994

    45:55

  • Redman Mehldau McBride Blade - Right Back Round Again

    10:37

    Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride, and Brian Blade perform Right Back Round Again, from their album 'RoundAgain,' due July 10 on Nonesuch Records. Download the track now when you pre-order the album:

    Filmed by Matthew Beighley and Jacqueline Santillan live at the Falcon in Marlboro, NY, on September 7, 2019.

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  • Joshua Redman Quartet - The Deserving Many

    14:35

    From the Philharmonic Hall in Munich
    On the occasion of the Munich Piano Summer 1994 (Münchner Klaviersommer)

    Joshua Redman - saxophone
    Brad Mehldau - piano
    Christian McBride - bass
    Brian Blade - drums

    Joshua Redman - The Deserving Many

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  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Headin` Home

    14:32

    From the Philharmonic Hall in Munich
    On the occasion of the Munich Piano Summer 1994 (Münchner Klaviersommer)

    Joshua Redman - saxophone
    Brad Mehldau - piano
    Christian McBride - bass
    Brian Blade - drums

    Joshua Redman - Headin` Home

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  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Shed Jazz sous les Pommiers 2013 HD

    11:45

    [Amazing Live]

    Joshua Redman Quartet - Jazz sous les Pommiers 2013

    Shed

    Joshua Redman - Tenor Saxophone
    Reuben Rogers - Bass
    Greg Hutchinson -Drums
    Aaron Goldberg - Piano

















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  • The Bad Plus Joshua Redman at Detroit Jazz Festival

    1:10:01

    Saxophonist Joshua Redman and the collaborative trio The Bad Plus both stand among the most celebrated, thoughtful and prominent jazz acts of the last couple decades. That, and their contrasting aesthetic sensibilities, made it at least news when they first got together in 2011. As it turns out, that collaboration bore lasting fruit: After a series of gigs last summer, they went into the studio with each others' tunes to record The Bad Plus Joshua Redman (say it out loud), to be released in late May. Jazz Night In America was at the Detroit Jazz Festival last year to capture the new quartet, fresh out of the studio.

    SETLIST
    02:52 ‘Love Is The Answer’
    16:59 ‘2 P.M.’
    26:43 ‘Thriftstore Jewelry’
    34:53 ‘People Like You’
    45:42 ‘Big Eater’
    56:29 ‘Silence is the Question’

    MUSICIANS
    Reid Anderson, Ethan Iverson, David King, Joshua Redman

    CREDITS
    Producers: Alex Ariff, Josie Holtzman, Patrick Jarenwattananon, Nick Michael / Editor: Morgan McCloy / Concert Video Director: Mike Golding, BlueWater Technologies / Audio Engineers: Duke Markos, Suraya Mohamed / Additional Video: Nick Michael / Additional Audio: Josie Holtzman / Production Assistant: Colin Marshall / Special Thanks: Detroit Jazz Festival, Dave Bartlebaugh, Maureen McFadden, Victor Lord / Executive Producer: Anya Grundmann / Concert Recording Engineers: Timothy Powell, Metro Mobile Recording, Concert Audio Assistant: Marshaun Robinson

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  • Redman Mehldau McBride Blade on RoundAgain

    6:22

    The members of the original Joshua Redman Quartet—Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride, and Brian Blade—who reunite for the 2020 album 'RoundAgain,' met up for a conversation about the project, their first recording together since 1994’s 'MoodSwing. 'They shared stories from their long history together while at the Falcon in upstate New York for a performance in September 2019.

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    Interview filmed by Matthew Beighley and Jacqueline Santillan live at the Falcon in Marlboro, NY, on September 7, 2019.

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Alone in the Morning

    14:21

    From the Philharmonic Hall in Munich
    On the occasion of the Munich Piano Summer 1994 (Münchner Klaviersommer)

    Joshua Redman - saxophone
    Brad Mehldau - piano
    Christian McBride - bass
    Brian Blade - drums

    Joshua Redman - Alone in the Morning

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  • Come What May

    6:47

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    Come What May · Joshua Redman Quartet

    Come What May

    ℗ 2019 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the United States.

    Piano: Aaron Goldberg
    Masterer: Greg Calbi
    Drums: Gregory Hutchinson
    Engineer, Mixer: James Farber
    Producer: Joshua Redman
    Tenor Saxophone: Joshua Redman
    Bass: Reuben Rogers
    Writer: Joshua Redman

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  • Chill

    7:43

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    Chill · Joshua Redman Quartet

    MoodSwing

    ℗ 1994 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S.

    Piano: Brad Mehldau
    Drums: Brian Blade
    Bass: Christian McBride
    Masterer: Greg Calbi
    Recording Engineer: James Farber
    Mixer: James Farber
    Co-ordinator Production: Jennifer Zeitlin
    Saxophone: Joshua Redman
    Producer: Matt Pierson
    Assistant Engineer: ROry Romano
    Masterer: Scott Hull
    Assistant Engineer: Tony Black
    Writer: Joshua Redman

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  • Redman Mehldau McBride Blade - Father

    9:14

    Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride, and Brian Blade perform Father, from their album 'RoundAgain,' due July 10 on Nonesuch Records. Download the track now when you pre-order the album:

    Filmed by Matthew Beighley and Jacqueline Santillan live at the Falcon in Marlboro, NY, on September 7, 2019.

  • Obsession

    6:55

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    Obsession · Joshua Redman Quartet

    MoodSwing

    ℗ 1994 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S.

    Piano: Brad Mehldau
    Drums: Brian Blade
    Bass: Christian McBride
    Masterer: Greg Calbi
    Recording Engineer: James Farber
    Mixer: James Farber
    Co-ordinator Production: Jennifer Zeitlin
    Saxophone: Joshua Redman
    Producer: Matt Pierson
    Assistant Engineer: ROry Romano
    Masterer: Scott Hull
    Assistant Engineer: Tony Black
    Writer: Joshua Redman

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  • ジョシュア・レッドマン、ブラッド・メルドー、クリスチャン・マクブライド&ブライアン・ブレイド

    6:22

    1994年リリース『MoodSwing』以来26年ぶりに再結成したジョシュア・レッドマン・カルテットのメンバー: ジョシュア・レッドマン、ブラッド・メルドー、クリスチャン・マクブライド、そしてブライアン・ブレイド。彼らによるニューアルバム『ラウンドアゲイン』が 2020年7月10日に全世界で同時リリースされる。

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  • Joshua Redman Quartet Echoes 1 1993

    9:34

    (this video disappeared from youtube; the second part is with partial overlap)

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - New York 1997

    7:57

    This post is dedicated to nunoalpi, who's account recently got suspended...

    Seems like a one time reunion of the legendary Joshua Redman Quartet, with Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride & Brian Blade! This is a tv broadcast of 'Sessions at West 54th St.', originally aired on September 20, 1997

    There is an interview with Joshua included, but unfortunately it is shown during Brad's solo...

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Straight Ahead

    9:58

    Joshua Redman going loose on some rhythmn changes. This is an encore from a concert in Belgium recorded in 1994

    Joshua Redman - tenor
    Jonny King - piano
    Christian McBride - bass
    Brian Blade - drums

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  • Headin Home

    4:06

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    Headin' Home · Joshua Redman Quartet

    MoodSwing

    ℗ 1994 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S.

    Piano: Brad Mehldau
    Drums: Brian Blade
    Bass: Christian McBride
    Masterer: Greg Calbi
    Recording Engineer: James Farber
    Mixer: James Farber
    Co-ordinator Production: Jennifer Zeitlin
    Saxophone: Joshua Redman
    Producer: Matt Pierson
    Assistant Engineer: ROry Romano
    Masterer: Scott Hull
    Assistant Engineer: Tony Black
    Writer: Joshua Redman

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  • Joshua Redman, Ron Miles, Scott Colley, Brian Blade - Unanimity

    14:50

    Joshua Redman, Ron Miles, Scott Colley & Brian Blade perform Unanimity live at Jazz in Marciac 2017. They perform the song on their new album, Still Dreaming, out now on Nonesuch:

  • Redman McBride Blade Mehldau - MoodSwing Reunion 9-8-19 @ The Falcon

    20:03

    Joshua Redman Quartet
    MoodSwing 25th Anniversary Reunion
    The Falcon, Marlboro, NY
    September 8, 2019 excerpts
    Joshua Redman - sax
    Christian McBride - bass
    Brian Blade - drums
    Brad Mehldau - piano

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Sweet Sorrow

    10:42

    From the Philharmonic Hall in Munich
    On the occasion of the Munich Piano Summer 1994 (Münchner Klaviersommer)

    Joshua Redman - saxophone
    Brad Mehldau - piano
    Christian McBride - bass
    Brian Blade - drums

    Joshua Redman - Sweet Sorrow

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  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Count Me Out - Montreal 1995

    5:45

    Joshua Redman - Tenor Sax
    Peter Martin - Piano
    Chris Thomas - Bass
    Brian Blade - Drums

  • Joshua Redman - Jazz Crimes

    6:29

    Joshua Redman Elastic Band - Jazz Crimes (Live)

    Joshua Redman - Tenor Saxophone
    Brian Blade - drums
    Sam Yahel - organ

  • Still Dreaming: A Tribute to Old and New Dreams | JAZZ NIGHT IN AMERICA

    43:20

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    by NATE CHINEN

    When Joshua Redman blew onto the scene in the early 1990s — a saxophonist brimming with intellect and energy, but refreshingly unhurried with his cadence — one salient thing to know about him was that he came from a line of musical descent. His father, Dewey Redman, also played the saxophone (mainly tenor), and had come to prominence in the 1960s avant-garde, notably through an affiliation with Ornette Coleman.

    The younger Redman had been raised by his mother out in Berkeley, Calif., and didn't know his father all that well. But they connected musically during his undergraduate years at Harvard, while he was pursuing jazz on the side. (In 1989, the summer before his senior year, he accepted his father's invitation to sit in for a week at the Village Vanguard.) After Joshua won the 1991 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition, setting off a major-label bidding war, patrilineage became a part of his narrative, one way of explaining his bounding talent.

    Dewey Redman died in 2006, at 75. His son played a stark and plaintive solo rumination at his memorial. He had no intention of organizing a larger tribute to his father at the time — but when bassist Charlie Haden also died, not quite a decade later, something began to stir.

    Charlie brought out the love in my father's playing: a warmth, tenderness and honesty that few others brought out to the same degree, Joshua Redman said at Haden's memorial, his voice wobbling slightly. In a strange way, he added, Charlie helped me to love my father. It wasn't long after this moment that Redman began to think about a lot about Old and New Dreams.

    From the mid-'70s to the mid-'80s, the members of Old and New Dreams — Dewey Redman and Charlie Haden, plus Don Cherry on trumpet and Ed Blackwell on drums — paid homage of a sort to Ornette Coleman, in whose band they had previously played. Coleman had convened a new collection of misfits: the ecstatic, electric band Prime Time. There was no outlet for the soulful acoustic sound he'd refined in the '60s, so Old and New Dreams picked up the torch and carried it on.

    Joshua Redman decided that he would do something similar, a generation down the line. Still Dreaming is his nod to Old and New Dreams, a collective with several worthy partners: drummer Brian Blade, who like Blackwell hails from Louisiana; cornetist Ron Miles, a great admirer of Cherry; and bassist Scott Colley, who studied closely with Haden. This new group has come together over the last few years to refurbish a repertory: songs like Mopti, by Cherry, and Rushour, by Dewey Redman.

    In this episode of Jazz Night In America, you'll hear Still Dreaming play those pieces and a couple of heartfelt originals in a recent concert at Jazz at Lincoln Center's Appel Room. You'll also hear Redman open up about his father's legacy and the unconscious bequest of his sound. And the other members of Still Dreaming will speak to why a music birthed in tribute, some 40 years ago, still conveys so much beauty and immediacy today.

    SET LIST
    1:33 – Mopti
    10:15 - “Rushour”
    18:53 - “Broken Shadows”
    26:05 - “Blues for Charlie”

    MUSICIANS
    Joshua Redman (tenor saxophone)
    Ron Miles (cornet)
    Scott Colley (bass)
    Brian Blade (drums)

    Thumbnail photograph by Lawrence Sumulong

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  • Joshua Redman Trio with Reuben Rogers and Kendrick Scott - Jarasum Intl Jazz Festival 2017

    9:17

    Joshua Redman Trio with Reuben Rogers and Kendrick Scott 조슈아 레드맨 트리오 with 루벤 로저스 & 켄드릭 스콧 - Tail Chase

    2017.10.22(Sun) Jazz Island, Jarasum Int'l Jazz Festival

  • Prague Proms 2016: Joshua Redman Quartet

    14:43

    Prague Proms 11.7.2016 The Loop Jazz Club, Divadlo Hibernia

    Joshua Redman Quartet
    Joshua Redman, saxofon / saxophon
    Kevin Hays, piano
    Joe Sanders, kontrabas / bass
    Jorge Rossy, bicí / drums

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Jazzfestival Bern 1994 fragm. 1

    15:00

    - Wish

    Joshua Redman - tenor sax
    Brad Mehldau - piano
    Christian McBride - bass
    Brian Blade - drums

    Jazzfestival Bern, Switzerland, Kursaal, probably May 6, 1994
    ... many thanks to - rillenheini, a very rare stuff !!!

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  • Joshua Redman Hide and Seek @Jazz_in_Marciac 2009

    7:12

    Habitué de Marciac où il s’est produit dans divers contextes, le saxophoniste Joshua Redman parvient toujours à surprendre son public. C’est le cas ce soir où il fait merveille avec son trio sans piano (Matt Penman, basse, et Greg Hutchinson, batterie). Il débute au soprano par une de ses compositions, Ghost, avant de passer au ténor pour un enchaînement de standards et de pièces originales (Zaraya, qu’il dédie à sa mère, avec une poignante introduction a cappella), jusqu’à une relecture de la musique de Beethoven (Moonlight). Technicien remarquable, Redman a retenu de ses aînés l’art de dérouler les ballades (Autumn In New York). Il possède un son « charnu » au ténor, une belle vélocité au soprano. Autant d’atouts pour captiver une assemblée attentive.

    Joshua Redman (saxophone)
    Matt Penman (contrebasse)
    Greg Hutchinson (batterie)

  • Joshua Redman Let It Be @Jazz_in_Marciac 2013

    6:49

    Fils du saxophoniste Dewey Redman qui fut associé dans les années 70 aux expériences du free jazz, Joshua Redman a choisi, lui aussi, les saxophones ténor, alto et soprano où il a, au fil des ans, affirmé sa personnalité. Influencé par Coltrane, mais aussi par Lester Young et Charlie Parker, il a une connaissance de l'histoire du jazz qui nourrit son inspiration et lui permet d'occuper, parmi les saxophonistes contemporains, une place particulière. Partenaire d'Elvin Jones, Jack DeJohnette, Roy Hargrove, entre autres, il enregistre en leader depuis 1992 et ses derniers albums attestent de sa maturité et de son évolution vers une musique résolument ancrée dans le hard bop mais qui a désormais acquis une indéniable originalité. Le succès que rencontre cette musique tient pour une bonne part, outre le sens mélodique du saxophoniste, à la qualité et à l'homogénéité de ses accompagnateurs.

    Joshua Redman - saxophone
    Aaron Goldberg - piano
    Reuben Rogers - contrebasse
    Gregory Hutchinson - batterie

  • Joshua Redman Quartet-Disco Ears-8/26/2017-New York City

    8:10

    The Joshua Redmond Quartet perform Disco Ears at the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival in Tompkins Square Park in New York City on August 27th, 2017. The quartet features Joshua Redmond on tenor saxophone, Aaron Goldberg on piano, Reuben Rogers on Bass and Marcus Gilmore on drums. This is the smoking set closer.

  • Joshua Redman - Soul Dance

    6:46

    Joshua Redman and his Trio perform Soul Dance from the album Trios Live, due June 17, 2014, on Nonesuch Records. Download the track now when you pre-order the album at

  • TJF 2019 - Joshua Redman trio

    4:21

    Torino - OGR
    30 aprile 2019 - ore 22

    JOSHUA REDMAN TRIO

    Joshua Redman, sassofoni
    Reuben Rogers, contrabbasso
    Gregory Hutchinson, batteria

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Headin Home

    9:35

    Joshua Redman Quartet Live At The Jacksonville Jazz '96
    Song: Headin' Home

  • Vast

    7:49

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    Vast · Joshua Redman Quartet

    Come What May

    ℗ 2019 Nonesuch Records Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the United States.

    Piano: Aaron Goldberg
    Masterer: Greg Calbi
    Drums: Gregory Hutchinson
    Engineer, Mixer: James Farber
    Producer: Joshua Redman
    Tenor Saxophone: Joshua Redman
    Bass: Reuben Rogers
    Writer: Joshua Redman

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  • Joshua Redman Quartet - How We Do

    3:34

    Joshua Redman Quartet performs How We Do from Come What May, their first album in nearly 20 years, out now:

    Joshua Redman, saxophone
    Aaron Goldberg, piano
    Reuben Rogers, bass
    Gregory Hutchinson, drums

    How We Do written by Joshua Redman

  • Remember

    9:56

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    Remember (Live) · Joshua Redman Quartet

    Spirit Of The Moment: Live At The Village Vanguard

    ℗ 1995 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S.

    Drums: Brian Blade
    Assistant Engineer: Brian Kingman
    Bass: Christopher Thomas
    Assistant Engineer: James Biggs
    Recording Engineer: James Farber
    Saxophone: Joshua Redman
    Producer: Matt Pierson
    Sound Engineer: Paul Boothe
    Piano: Peter Martin
    Digital Editor: Scott Hull
    Masterer: Scott Hull
    Writer: Irving Berlin

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  • Joshua Redman Still Dreaming North Sea Jazz 2019

    5:07

    Joshua Redman was born in Berkeley, California, to jazz saxophonist Dewey Redmanand dancer and librarian Renee Shedroff.[2] He is Jewish.[3][4] He was exposed to many kinds of music at the Center for World Music in Berkeley, where his mother studied South Indian dance. Some of his earliest lessons in music and improvisation were on recorder with gamelan player Jody Diamond. He was exposed at an early age to a variety of musics and instruments and began playing clarinet at age nine before switching to what became his primary instrument, the tenor saxophone, one year later. Redman cites John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Cannonball Adderley, his father Dewey Redman, as well as the Beatles, Aretha Franklin, the Temptations, Earth, Wind and Fire, Prince, the Police and Led Zeppelinas musical influences.[5]
    Redman graduated from Berkeley High School,[6] class of 1986, after having been a part of the award-winning Berkeley High School Jazz Ensemble for all four years of high school. After graduation, Joshua frequented the classroom jam sessions of Bay Area pianist and professor of music (at Laney College in Oakland, California), Ed Kelly. It was there that he performed alongside saxophonist Robert Stewart.[7]
    In 1991, he graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Social Studies from Harvard University, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa Society. He had already been accepted by Yale Law School, but deferred entrance for what he believed was only going to be one year. Some of his friends had recently relocated to Brooklyn, and they were looking for another housemate to help with the rent. Redman accepted their invitation to move in, and almost immediately he found himself immersed in the New York jazz scene. He began jamming and gigging regularly with some of the leading jazz musicians of his generation and that of his father, including Brad Mehldau, Peter Martin, Mark Turner, Peter Bernstein, Roy Hargrove, Christian McBride, Kevin Hays, Jorge Rossy, Pat Metheny, Charlie Haden and Billy Higgins, among others.
    Redman won the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Saxophone Competition in 1991, and began focusing on his musical career. He was signed by Warner Bros. Records and issued his first self-titled album in the spring of 1993, which subsequently earned Redman his first Grammy nomination. He continued to develop his style throughout the 1990s, beginning with a sideman appearance on Elvin Jones' Youngbloodalongside Javon Jackson, and following up with an appearance on his father Dewey's 1992 record Choices. On his second album as a leader, Wish, he was joined by a notable lineup consisting of guitarist Pat Metheny, bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Billy Higgins; this group then toured as The Joshua Redman Quartet, featuring Christian McBride in place of Charlie Haden. He continued to work with various quartets, including one with pianist Brad Mehldau until forming a new trio, Elastic, with keyboardist Sam Yahel and drummer Brian Blade. The trio debuted under the moniker Yaya3, producing one album under this name. The same group of musicians made up the core on Redman's Elastic album, before becoming known as the Joshua Redman Elastic Band. Some of his works were featured on The Weather Channel's Local on the 8s. Redman performed in a fictitious supergroup, The Louisiana Gator Boys, in the 1998 film Blues Brothers 2000, performing on How Blue Can You Get? and New Orleans.
    source wikipedia

    Joshua Redman saxeophone
    Ron Miles cornet
    Scott Colley double bass
    Dave King drums

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - TVJazz.tv

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    Joshua Redman - sax
    Aaron Parks - piano
    Matt Penman - basse / bass
    Eric Harland - batterie / drums

    Gesù — Centre de créativité

    30e/30th Festival International de Jazz de Montréal (2009)

    Samedi, 4 juillet, 2009 / Saturday, July 4th, 2009
    Montréal, QC (Canada)

    plus de videos et d'entrevues - more videos and interviews : TVJazz.tv
    par/by Sortiesjazznights.com

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Doll Is Mine @SJF2014

    6:58

    Joshua Redman Quartet
    -Doll Is Mine- [Walking Shadows]
    (Live in SEOUL #3)
    Ts.Joshua Redman
    Pn.Aaron Goldberg
    Cb.Reuben Rogers
    Dr.Marcus Gilmore
    @2014 Seoul Jazz Festival
    2014.05.17

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Hit The Road Jack

    4:03

  • Joshua Redman Quartet- Faith

    4:36

    Joshua Redman Quartet- MoodSwing (1994)

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Headin Home

    4:20

    Equipment Used:
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    Yamaha Stage Custom Birch BeBop Kit (Natural Finish)
    Remo Coated Emperors on batter and Clear Ambassadors on resonant (12x8,14x13,)
    Bass Drum with Yamaha Stock Heads and Evans EQ Pad & KickPort: 18x15
    Mapex Pro M Snare (12x7)
    Batter - Remo Emperor X
    Resonant - Remo Hazy Ambassador
    Sabian HH Regular Hats - 14
    Sabian HHX Evolution Crash - 16
    Sabian AAX Stage Ride - 20
    Sabian HHXtreme Crash - 17
    Yamaha FP-9310 Single Foot Pedal
    Pork Pie Big Boy Bicycle Drum Throne
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    Recording Gear
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    - Shure Beta 52 (kick drum)
    - Shure SM57 (snare)
    - Shure SM81 (overheads)
    - Sennheiser e604 (toms)
    - Presonus Firestudio Project (recording interface)
    - Cubase 5 (audio recording)
    - Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 9 (video editing)
    - Kodak Zi8 (0.67x Wide Angle Lens)
    - Vic Firth Isolation Headphones

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Ill go mine

    9:38

  • Joshua Redman Quartet- Stardust @SJF2014

    6:14

    Joshua Redman Quartet
    -Stardust- [Walking Shadows]
    (Live in SEOUL #5)
    Ts.Joshua Redman
    Pn.Aaron Goldberg
    Cb.Reuben Rogers
    Dr.Marcus Gilmore
    @2014 Seoul Jazz Festival
    2014.05.17

  • Joshua Redman Quartet - Jazz Jamboree 1995

    1:25:41

    Joshua Redman - saksofon tenorowy
    Peter Martin - fortepian
    Christopher Thomas - kontrabas
    Brian Blade - perkusja

  • JOSHUA REDMAN QUARTET Jazz & Wine Of Peace 2013

    7:09

    JOSHUA REDMAN Quartet
    Jazz & Wine Of Peace 2013
    Teatro Comunale Cormòns
    27 10 2013

    Joshua Redman tenor sax
    Aaron Goldberg piano
    Reuben Rogers double bass
    Greg Hutchinson drums

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    Joshua Redman Quartet
    Follonica -GREY CAT 2013

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