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Published on Nov 19, 2011
AMG: This early Don Pullen recording helped introduce him to jazz listeners. The pianist is heard in a variety of settings including a duet with multireedist George Adams on "Last Year's Lies and Tomorrow's Promises," and in two groups with Adams and trumpeter Hannibal Marvin Peterson. Actually the most accessible and memorable piece is the rollicking "Big Alice" which also features violinist Michal Urbaniak and trumpeter Randy Brecker. Pullen, a very rhythmic avant-gardist who can play inside or outside, was well-served by this release,
Bass -- Alex Blake (2) Drums, Percussion -- Tyronne Walker Guitar -- Roland Prince, Sterling Magee Percussion -- Bobby Battle, Ray Mantilla Piano, Clavinet -- Don Pullen Electronics -- Ilhan Mimaroglu Trumpet -- Hannibal Marvin Peterson Saxophone [Tenor], Saxophone [Soprano] -- George Adams