HERES A CONTINUATION of posts of OOP early david murray, this is a great one murray is phenomenal on this considering he was barely out of his teens.
and fred hopkins and phillip wilson, are simply unique one of the best rythm sections around at the time in this very free setting.
this features the definative version of deweys circle,a tune murray apparently still occasionally plays.
i disagree strongly that the tunes are unmemorable.
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heres a review by scott yanow
This LP contains tenor saxophonist David Murray's first full-length album as a leader. At 21, Murray already had remarkable technique and these explorations with bassist Fred Hopkins and drumer Phillip Wilson are quite adventurous. The opening "Extremininity" is an intense unaccompanied tenor feature, Hopkins takes "Dedication to Jimmy Garrison" as his showcase and the other three pieces are full of interplay by the full trio. None of the compositions themselves are that memorable and some listeners may find Murray's screams and screeches (which he would modify a bit in later years) to be a bit too emotional, but this was a strong first effort.
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