Ten Tales

Ten Tales is a studio album by American jazz saxophonist Joe Lovano and French jazz drummer Aldo Romano.[2][3][4][5] The album was released on November 29, 1994 and consists of 10 original instrumental compositions recorded in Paris in 1989 plus jazz standard "Autumn in New York" composed by Vernon Duke.

Ten Tales
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 29, 1994
RecordedMay 8, 1989
StudioArmada Studio, Paris
LabelSunnyside Records SSC3507
ProducerJoe Lovano
Joe Lovano chronology
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Track listing

1."Remanence"Lovano, Romano4:15
2."Dragons Are"Lovano, Romano3:18
3."Yellow Shadow"Lovano, Romano4:23
4."Moon Moth"Lovano, Romano3:25
5."Rain Season"Lovano, Romano4:05
6."Eternal Youth"Lovano, Romano4:35
7."Monologue for Two"Lovano, Romano5:46
8."Return Match"Lovano, Romano4:11
9."Sediments"Lovano, Romano3:36
10."Koua 1"Lovano, Romano3:08
11."Autumn in New York"Vernon Duke6:30
Total length:46:54


  • Joe Lovano – producer, saxophones
  • Aldo Romano – drums, photography, producer


  • Bernard Amiard – art direction, design
  • Pascal Bodin – preparation for release
  • Philippe Carles – liner notes
  • Christof Déjan – engineer
  • Jean-Marie Guérin – engineer
  • Marc Le Hene – engineer
  • Francois LeMaire – executive producer
  • Christian Orsini – mastering
  • Patxi – adaptation
  • Jean-Jacques Pussiau – executive producer
  • Patrick Saunders – translation


  1. Astarita, Glenn. "Joe Lovano / Aldo Romano Ten Tales". Allmusic. allmusic.com. Retrieved 10 January 2017.
  2. Chinen, Nate (November 2003). "Aldo Romano/Joe Lovano: Ten Tales". Jazz Times. jazztimes.com. Retrieved 10 January 2017.
  3. "Aldo Romano & Joe Lovano: Ten Tales". Sunnyside Records. sunnysiderecords.com. Retrieved 10 January 2017.
  4. "Aldo Romano / Joe Lovano – Ten Tales". Discogs. discogs.com. Retrieved 10 January 2017.
  5. Lord, Tom (1998). The Jazz Discography. Lord Music Reference. ISBN 9781881993186. Retrieved 25 June 2019.
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