““Meantime,” the inaugural entry in the series by the Frank Kimbrough Quintet, sets a high musical bar... The sound is beautifully crisp, and the packaging — with work by the French photographer Bernard Plossu and the American poet Tracy K. Smith — is elegant and spare.
--The New York Times”
“In an era in which we deeply crave beauty in our lives, this album provides a respite from maddening influences. Jack wanted to make a record that was “a return to something basic and universal and beautiful.” That he has done…
--Jeff Krow, Audiophile Audition”
“With this all-star band in tow, Preminger does what he does best—he tells a compelling story without frills, relying on raw talent and he does it better than he has ever done before.
--Karl Ackermann, All About Jazz”
“Jazz and vinyl lovers considering whether to subscribe to Newvelle can count on solid, gimmick-free, well-recorded jazz by a label that quickly found its own identity. The production standards are exceptional, and the clear 180-gram platters sound great.
--Jeff Wilson, The Absolute Sound”