"Tuesday's Child" reviews

Roots Music Report by Joe Ross 

 “The nine original compositions have laid-back intimacy that emphasize the delicate, haunting qualities of Alyse Korn’s piano and voice along with Robert Kyle’s melodious saxophones and flute.”

Hi-Res Edition by Wesley Derbeyshire 

“A captivating album that allows listeners to fall into deep contemplation… the transparency, dynamics, and depth have made the album a joy to listen to. Highly recommended for fans of jazz and contemplative music listeners, along with those who have followed earlier acoustic driven ECM recordings. Truly a peaceful and uplifting listen that is both creative and inspiring.” https://hiresedition.com/review/jazz/alyse-korn-and-robert-kyle-tuesdays-child.html 

JW Vibe by Jonathan Widran 

“A true mutual respect fest, with Kyle paying tribute to his new partner with tender, dare we say romantically inclined pieces like “Your Light” and “Tuesday’s Child,” which perhaps attributes their powerful soul connection to the fact that both were born on a Tuesday. The Korn compositions that stand out are the heartfelt, yearning ballad “Distance Between Us” and the haunting, deeply reflective and slyly rhythmic “Winter…” Tuesday’s Child looks and sounds like the start of a wonderful musical friendship!”

Jazz Views (UK) by Ben Miller 

“The songs transcend their inspirations. As the old nursery rhyme says, Tuesday’s Child is full of grace, and this is such an apt title for the album… a musical island of peace and introspection. The instruments on each track softly sing to each other and sing to both the present moment and to the individual moments of each song.”

Musical Memoirs by Dee Dee McNeil 

“Robert Kyle’s exquisite flute dances stage center and captivates. Alyse Korn shows off her piano technique… her sensitive touch and under-stated piano technique blends seamlessly with Robert Kyle’s reed mastery.  Together this husband-and-wife team, project a feeling of tranquility, love and peace of mind.  What more do you need?”

Jersey Jazz by Joe Lang 

“There are times when you want to listen to some gentle, relaxing jazz sounds… The songs have an instant appeal. Kyle plays his saxophones and flute with a welcoming tone, while Korn caresses the keys with elegance, style and grace.  They make a finely tuned duo, two players with totally empathetic musical interactions.” 

Notes on Jazz by Michael Doherty 

“The album opens with “Gratitude,” written by Alyse Korn, a track that immediately transports us with her ethereal vocal work. There is a soothing vibe to this track as it begins, like feeling at peace with both nature and self. What If” was written by Robert Kyle, and on this track he delivers some beautiful work on flute, the instrument seeming to reach outward with both questions and answers.”