“Burrell crams a century of jazz history into every chugging stride episode and churning dissonance,” writes Francis Davis. “Encyclopedic as well as eccentric, he's a living treasure." The 76-year- old pianist and composer has been at the center of new jazz activity since he burst on the scene in the mid-1960s with Marion Brown, Pharoah Sanders, and Archie Shepp. Burrell has since partnered with giants such as David Murray and William Parker and has made provocative music as a leader for 50 years.
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