REVIEWS: SOMEWHERE

 10 ALBUMS YOU NEED TO KNOW ...a sound that pairs timeless romanticism with sophisticated modern harmony in a program of classic standards and clever originals…. Matt Micucci, July 2019  JAZZIZ

(Somewhere) …sophisticated arrangements…It’s lush without being stuffy and always classy…Peter Eldridge’s baritone timbre, used with elegant delicacy, greatly enhances this impression…clever and distinguished music… – Yves Dorison, Culture Jazz

Eldridge's deep thoughts, daydreams and perambulations prove profound. He opens his heart for all to hear, laying it atop beds of elegant design…. Peter Eldridge and Kenny Werner have each triumphed in myriad settings over the years, but together they serve as architects of rare beauty. Somewhere doesn't simply present songs. It suggests  life, with all of the joy, pain and promise that come with it.  
– Dan Bilawsky , All About Jazz  4.5 STARS 

...a ballad-centric project that brims with exceptional originals...striking...  – Andy Gilbert, Jazz Times

... an intimate and sophisticated session of ballads that capitalizes on Eldridge’s warm baritone and Werner’s piano virtuosity.
—Pierre Giroux, Audiophile Audition

…contemporary album of breathtaking beauty… Without question, the artistry of Eldridge and Werner make Somewhere one of the most exceptional recordings that I have had the privilege to experience this year.... Another outstanding selection is That Which Can’t Be Explained, with music and lyrics by Eldridge. This sensitive ballad has a lovely, poetic lyric and a pleasingly complex melodic line. Eldridge effortlessly takes the listener along for the ride on a deep emotional journey… this is a hit song in search of a hit Broadway show!   
- Lesley Mitchell-Clarke, The Whole Note