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Nocturne is an album by American jazz musician Charlie Haden, released through Universal/Polygram in 2001. In 2002, the album won Haden the Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album.[1]

Nocturne
Charlie Haden, Nocturne cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 17, 2001
RecordedAugust 27–31, 2000
GenreJazz
LabelVerve
ProducerCharlie Haden, Gonzalo Rubalcaba
Charlie Haden chronology
The Art of the Song
(1999)
Nocturne
(2001)
American Dreams
(2002)

Contents

ReceptionEdit

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic      [2]

Music critic David R. Alder of Allmusic called the album a "melancholy, soothing album" but also wrote "the unvaryingly straightforward arrangements fade too easily into the background. Nocturne may well be the best candlelight dinner music ever, but Haden and his guests are capable of more."[2]

Track listingEdit

  1. "En la Orilla del Mundo (At the Edge of the World)" (Martín Rojas) – 5:14
  2. "Noche de Ronda (Night of Wandering)" (María Teresa Lara) – 5:43
  3. "Nocturnal" (José Saber Marroquín, José Mojica) – 6:56
  4. "Moonlight (Claro de Luna)" (Haden) – 5:37
  5. "Yo Sin Ti (Me Without You)" (Arturo Castro) – 6:02
  6. "No Te Empeñes Mas (Don't Try Anymore)" (Marta Valdés) – 5:30
  7. "Transparence" (Gonzalo Rubalcaba) – 6:11
  8. "El Ciego (The Blind)" (Armando Manzanero) – 5:58
  9. "Nightfall" (Haden) – 6:40
  10. "Tres Palabras (Three Words)" (Osvaldo Farrés) – 6:18
  11. "Contigo en la Distancia/En Nosotros (With You in the Distance/In Us)" (Cesar Portillo De La Luz, Tania Castellanos) – 6:33

PersonnelEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The 2002 Grammy winners". San Francisco Chronicle. February 28, 2002. p. 1. Retrieved November 3, 2010.
  2. ^ a b Alder, David R. "Nocturne > Review". Allmusic. Retrieved July 31, 2016.