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Kenny (Blues-The Common Ground) 10/09/01

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EAN13
0731458910121

UPCA
731458910121

ASIN
B00005N6SZ

Product
Burrell,Kenny (Blues-The Common Ground) 10/09/01

Language
English

Description
The reissue of Kenny Burrell's 1968 Blues: The Common Ground on CD is most welcome, for it is one of the supremely dependable guitarist's finest albums. Backed for the most part by an all-star orchestra reveling in Don Sebesky's imaginative arrangements, Burrell fashions a series of outstanding performances as accessible as they are penetrating, thus fully bearing out the record's titular claim. Particular felicities include "Everydays", "Burning Spear," and the title track. Also here are two superb quartet cuts with Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Grady Tate and an exquisite solo exploration of "Were You There?". No extra tracks or takes were discovered, but the album is richly rewarding from start to finish, its varied and durable pleasures belying the modest playing time. Now Verve should reissue the equally distinguished Night Song that Burrell made shortly afterward. --Richard Palmer






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