Dave Burrell - Echo FLAC album
Tracklist : 1 - Echo 00:00 2 - Peace 20:21.
Album · 1968 · 2 Songs.
Request an album send to friend.
Echo is a studio album released by jazz pianist Dave Burrell. It was recorded on August 13, 1969 and first released as an LP album by BYG Actuel. It was re-released twice, first again on LP by Get Back Records in 2001 before finding its way to compact disc in 2004 via Sunspots Records. Burrell had been part of an all-star group led by Archie Shepp that played during the 1969 Pan-African Festival in Algiers
That having been said, Evans would likely be doubled over on the floor, provided he were listening to this spirited Dave Burrell LP. "Echo," the album's opener, begins with a low-end piano crash and, from there, all hell breaks loose. From the opening seconds, every member of this all-star ensemble - save for Grachan Moncur III, maybe - is simply blowing or pounding his respective brains out. Interestingly, the sheer incessancy of the group's collective attack, as brutal as it first appears, becomes pleasantly numbing after a while.
Piano, Liner Notes, Arranged By – Dave Burrell. Producer – Jean Georgakarakos, Jean-Luc Young. Tenor Saxophone – Archie Shepp. Trombone – Grachan Moncur III. Written-By – D. Burrell. Recorded August 13, 1969, Paris. Cover - All tunes published by: BYG Music (SACEM) Labels - BIEM. AFF 36. Dave Burrell. Burrell had been part of an all-star group led by Archie Shepp that played during the 1969 Pan-African Festival in Algiers. They even say that "if Echo isn't the noisiest jazz song in the world, it's damned close. The Penguin Guide to Jazz remarks that Echo is "a swirling, all-in blast that palls very quickly. Both sources mention that the second track is more structured and is welcomed after the first song's barrage. Still, The Penguin Guide says that "this is a historical document, hard to listen to no. In response, Burrell has mentioned in interviews that "The French did not know how to record the music, nor did anybody else.
The text of the entry was as follows: "Did you know. php?title Talk:Echo (Dave Burrell album)&oldid 546084037". Return to "Echo (Dave Burrell album)" page
Echo (Dave Burrell album). Echo is a studio album released by jazz pianist Dave Burrell. While there, French journalists from Paris were on hand and mentioned to Burrell the possibility recording in the city.
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
- Recorded At – Studio Saravah
- Licensed From – Charly Licensing Aps
- Marketed By – Abraxas Srl
- Manufactured By – Abraxas Srl
- Alto Saxophone – Arthur Jones
- Arranged By [All Tunes] – Dave Burrell
- Bass – Alan Silva
- Coordinator [Coordination] – Jacques Bisceglia
- Cornet – Clifford Thornton
- Drums – Sunny Murray
- Engineer – Claude Jauvert
- Executive-Producer – Claude Delcloo
- Photography By – Philippe Gras
- Piano, Liner Notes – Dave Burrell
- Producer – Jean Georgakarakos, Jean-Luc Young
- Tenor Saxophone – Archie Shepp
- Trombone – Grachan Moncur III
- Written-By – D. Burrell*
NotesRecorded August 13, 1969 in Paris.
180 gram virgin vinyl.
Barcode printed on sticker attached to shrink.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - stamped): GET 320 LP A 33 RPM
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - stamped): GET 320 LP B 33 RPM
- Barcode: 8013252332012
|529.320||Dave Burrell||Echo (LP, Album, Gat)||BYG Records||529.320||France||1969|
|SPOT 525||Dave Burrell||Echo (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Sunspots||SPOT 525||Italy||2002|
|BYG-20||Dave Burrell||Echo (LP, Album)||BYG Records||BYG-20||Japan||1970|
|AFF 36||Dave Burrell||Echo (LP, Album, RE)||Affinity||AFF 36||UK||1979|
|529.320||Dave Burrell||Echo (LP, Album, Gat)||BYG Records||529.320||Italy||1971|