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Album: Absolute Zero

Artist: Bruce Hornsby

  • Genre: Singer/Songwriter
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 2019 Zappo Productions marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

Tracklist For Absolute Zero By Artist Bruce Hornsby

Title Artist Time
1
Absolute Zero (feat. Jack DeJo Bruce Hornsby 3:11 USD 1.29
2
Fractals Bruce Hornsby 2:33 USD 1.29
3
Cast-Off (feat. Justin Vernon) Bruce Hornsby 5:16 USD 1.29
4
Meds (feat. Justin Vernon, Bla Bruce Hornsby 6:34 USD 1.29
5
Never in This House (feat. yMu Bruce Hornsby 3:33 USD 1.29
6
Voyager One (feat. yMusic) Bruce Hornsby 3:39 USD 1.29
7
Echolocation Bruce Hornsby 4:19 USD 1.29
8
The Blinding Light of Dreams ( Bruce Hornsby 4:14 USD 1.29
9
White Noise Bruce Hornsby 3:27 USD 1.29
10
Take You There (Misty) [feat. Bruce Hornsby 5:11 USD 1.29

Reviews For Absolute Zero By Artist Bruce Hornsby

  • Absolute 10

    5
    By Glarange
    Wonderful album, full of (nerdy) lyricism and Musicianship. Especially like the tracks with Jack DeJohnette...
  • Swing and a miss

    1
    By Takavl
    Disclaimer -- longtime Hornsby fan here, seen him live (Noisemakers and solo) many times and am a huge fan of his back catalog AND amazing improvisational ability. That said, this album is just not good. Sorry.
  • Ummm....

    2
    By greg1701a
    If you are a hardcore longtime Bruce Hornsby fan this album is a complete pass. Just move along.
  • Very Good at First Listen

    4
    By ZARDOZ
    This album is a stunning return to form for Mr. Hornsby, the musician's musician. At first listen, there is so much here to explore. Great, memorable melodies and hooks, unusual turns, very diverse use of instruments...it's all here and frankly, this will be lots of fun to hear over and over, to figure out what you might have missed the first few listens. Track by track purchase not needed here, gang. I bought the album and you will want to, as well.
  • Original & Brilliant!

    5
    By Anthoni
    No words to say, this moody album tells it all musically with no bounds.
  • Musical artistry, current and hip.

    5
    By Zeke_in_KC
    Some folks write songs. Others are incredible musicians. Occasionally, you may come across someone with talent in both areas and that is a treat. But rarely – oh, so rarely – is an individual a true artist, evolving over time and taking forays that don’t always work, exploring the furthest recesses of the craft, fearlessly attempting to grow. Bruce Hornsby is such an artist. This album features jazz progressions, ethereal tones, wordsmith lyrics, playing so tight it seems looped (it’s not), and depth incorporating at least a momentary vibe from every album leading up to it. No, it’s not 1986. But neither is it 1996, 2006 or 2016. This is very fresh, showcasing what happens if you spend time playing with lots of people from multiple genres, and a current snapshot of someone at the pinnacle of his game. Highly recommended.
  • Just fantastic!

    5
    By BlueRidgeYankee
    It’s rare that an album catches one’s attention the way this one does. Just fantastic! With Jack Dejohnette to boot!
  • LOVE IT!!

    5
    By cmoore55
    The sign of a true artist can be heard right here. Superb album. Rare and quite wonderful!!
  • Another place...

    5
    By climber47
    Bruce has never been afraid to take his music and his fans on journeys to other places. Absolute Zero is no different. Bruce continues to grow both personally and musically. Who woulda thunk a tune like Absolute Zero with the true master Jack D on drums plus strings would be the opening tune on the new release. Go Bruce...I'm on board.
  • Yes....

    5
    By Spygirl1124
    Bruce Hornsby and Justin Vernon - who would have guessed? Cast off is a beautiful and unique song that just works.... Both artists are amazing and I appreciate their joined talent and collaboration.

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