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May 31, 2009

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Jason Crane

Re: The new Gary Burton recording. You can find a very insightful (and maybe even incite-ful!) interview with Mr. Burton about this album on this past Monday's episode of The Jazz Session:

http://thejazzsession.com/2009/05/25/the-jazz-session-59-gary-burton/

Shamless plug ends.

Jason

Garland

Wow, talk about wide of the mark! Ted Steinberg confuses the actions of the subject (Eisenhower etc) with the opinion of the musician reflected in the music.

That's like saying Rembrandt's The Polish Rider is not a good painting because you don't like horses.


Thanks for the chance to comment.

Garland

m.malloy

MAN, I CAN'T WAIT TO CHECK OUT THE NEW GARY BURTON
LIVE ALBUM, IF U GUYS EVER GET A CHANCE, CAN YOU FIND OUT WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO THE DRUMMER ON THE GARY BURTONS NEW QUARTET, ALBUM,.

IREMEMBER, I TOOK A BUS UP FROM L.A., AND WENT TO FRISCO, SLEPT IN A PARK, AND THEN WENT TO OAKLAND THE NEXT DAY, TO CHECK OUT THE QUARTET, AT THE MATINEE, MAN IT WAS GREAT!!!!
YOSHI'S IS THE PLACE TO SEE LIVE MUSIC, IF YOUR UP IN FRISCO, OR OAKLAND.

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