|Studio album by|
|Released||September 14, 1999|
|Recorded||March 11–12, 1999|
|Genre||Big band, jazz|
|Label||RCA Victor / RCA|
|Tom Harrell chronology|
|The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings|
Time's Mirror is a 1999 big band album by jazz trumpeter, composer and arranger, Tom Harrell. In 2000 Harrell received a Grammy nomination for this album in category Best Large Jazz Ensemble Performance.Several of the tracks were originally composed by Harrell in the 1960s and are arranged for big band, recorded and released for the first time on this album. According to All About Jazz, this album is Harrell's "first full-fledged recording as a big-band impresario". AllMusic highly recommended the album, stating that several tracks are candidates to become jazz standards. The album charted at #16 on the Billboard Top Jazz Albums Chart.
|2.||"Autumn Leaves"||Joseph Kosma, Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prévert||3:32|
|3.||"Daily News"||Tom Harrell||4:01|
|5.||"Chasin' the Bird"||Charlie Parker||5:07|
|6.||"São Paulo"||Tom Harrell||8:43|
|7.||"Time's Mirror"||Tom Harrell||8:09|
|8.||"Train Shuffle"||Tom Harrell||9:55|
Credits adapted from AllMusic.
Tom Harrell is an American jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist, composer, and arranger. Voted Trumpeter of the Year of 2018 by Jazz Journalists Association, Harrell has won awards and grants throughout his career, including multiple Trumpeter of the Year awards from Down Beat magazine, SESAC Jazz Award, BMI Composers Award, and Prix Oscar du Jazz. He received a Grammy Award nomination for his big band album, Time's Mirror.
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