Brad Mehldau, “Jacob’s Ladder” (Nonesuch)

Brad Mehldau is primarily known for his understated acoustic chamber-jazz efforts. Yet one would be hard-pressed to find someone capable of blending the seemingly incongruous primary influences of the pianist’s latest release, Jacob’s Ladder — the progressive rock of Rush, Yes and Gentle Giant mixed with Christian scripture — into such a cohesive fusion of

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