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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

14 Ratings

Loved it then, love it now.


I owned this when it first came out back in the 80's. It is clearly one of David Torns best works. However, to be honest, later I was never able to get on the Torn train. Yet, I also am REALLY picky when it comes to what *Jazz Fusion* I will listen to. But, the line up is enough for any one to buy it. Bruford, Levin, Torn and Isham are brilliant and at the time, they did put a new spin on the stale face of Jazz Fusion... and so did Miles when he came back and started recording with Marcus Miller. That being said, this album carries it own weight, clearly a classic for those of us that like waddle around in diverse forms of expression.

Mind blowing

K7 prime time,

This album was refrenced to me from James "Munky" Shaffer. David burn put the jazzy bend into this album, and doing so explored into the world of jazz.

About David Torn

New York-based composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer, singer, writer, and self-described "texturalist/guitarist" David Torn lent his distinctive style to numerous films and documentaries and collaborations. He worked with composers Howard Shore, Carter Burwell, and Ryuichi Sakamoto, as well as appeared on recordings from k.d. lang, David Bowie, Jim Carroll, Laurie Anderson, and a host of others. His solo works include Best Laid Plans (1984), Cloud About Mercury (1986), Door X (1990), Tripping Over God (1995), What Means Solid, Traveller? (1996), Splattercell's Oah (2000), the soundtrack to the Heath Ledger thriller The Order (2003), and the ECM release Prezens (2007). ~ James Christopher Monger

    Amityville, NY
  • BORN
    May 26, 1953

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