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Clarence Penn

Dali in Cobble Hill

  • Type CD
  • Label Criss Cross
  • UPC 8712474135028
  • Catalog number CRISS 1350
  • Release date 05 October 2012
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About the album

On his long-awaited follow-up to his critically lauded 1996 Criss Cross debut, Penn's Landing (Criss 1134), and the equally powerful Play-Penn (Criss 1201), from 2001, master drummer-percussionist Clarence Penn presents Dali in Cobble Hill, a meditation on how the iconic Surrealist painter might have digested a stroll through Penn's Brooklyn neighborhood. The eight originals and two standards incorporate a variety of moods, flavors, and strategies that reflect Penn's extensive activity as a sideman for jazz' best-and-brightest over the past decades; his ensemble of grandmaster generational contemporaries --- Chris Potter on tenor saxophone and bass clarinet, Adam Rogers on guitar, and Ben Street on bass --- inhabit the stories, playing with deep imagination and virtuosic craft. A must-hear.

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    The B 61
     
    07:07
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    2
    Cobble Hill
     
    05:32
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    3
    A Walk on the B-H-P
     
    07:47
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    Dali
     
    06:09
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    5
    I Hear Music
     
    07:00
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    Mr. C
     
    06:44
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    Persistence of Memory
     
    05:58
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    My Romance
     
    06:59
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    Solato's Morning Blues
     
    06:03
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    Zoom Zo0m
     
    06:21

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