Dave Burrell - High Won - High Two album
1968 studio album by Dave Burrell. High Won-High Two. Studio album by. Dave Burrell. High Won-High Two is the second studio album released by jazz pianist Dave Burrell. It was recorded on February 9, 1968 and was first released as an LP record later that year by Black Lion Records.
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High Won-High Two. Availability: Out of stock. Dave Burrell has long had a highly original style on piano, not quite outside but far from conventional. This CD reissues a trio set with bassist Sirone and either Bobby Kapp or Sonny Murray on drums. Most intriguing is a 19½-minute "West Side Story Medley" that features Burrell playing many of the songs from Leonard Bernstein's work in abstract fashion
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High Won-High Two by Dave Burrell (CD, Aug-1996, Black Lion) Piano Jazz. This album by Dave Burrell could be one of the most horrid free-jazz albums I ever heard. There's an anarchistic, antimusical dope in the endeavour, in a time of strong interest for limitless gusto; thus Echo could fit in the late '60s "olatunjinian" wave of expressionism. Even so, I like the think of Burrell as simply a provocateur, crafting something wild of his own after being impressed by others, only wretchedly.
Dave Burrell: The Crave by John Sharpe, published on June 24, 2017. A further two previously unrecorded songs from Burrell's jazz opera "Windward Passages" complete the first side. Dramatic rippling piano and a mournful tuba lead melody line introduce the dirge-like "I Am His Brother," the only place where Burrell cuts loose, while "Pua Mae 'Ole" has a valedictory end of evening aura . High Two Recordings 2006.
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