Time and the Infinite is Adam Roger’s latest recording. This time he departs from the quartet and quintet formats he had favored for his previous albums, and is joined by double bassist Scott Colley and drummer Bill Stewart for a trio session. Roger’s plays both electric and acoustic guitars in this album, which mainly consists of workouts of jazz standards including: “Night And Day”, “Cheryl”, “Without A Song”, “I Loves You, Porgy”, “Young And Foolish”; and four new original compositions: “Elegy”, “Time And The Infinite”, “Esteban” and “Ides Of March”. This is his fourth album for Criss Cross records. Past albums include: Apparitions (2005), Allegory (2002) and Art Of The Invisible (2001).