Bloom in the Commune
Pianist Burton Greene was part of the first wave of free jazz experimentation in the early 1960s, having played with Albert Ayler, Alan Silva, Cecil Taylor, Marion Brown, Patty Waters and numerous others. This CD release features five pieces, all of which are characterized by Greene's bracing style and penchant for fusing genres, Originally released as ESP 1024, “Bloom in the Commune” has been digitally remastered and includes bonus interviews with Burton and ESP-Disk’ founder, Bernard Stollman.
Burton Greene: piano, piano harp, percussion
Marion Brown: alto saxophone
Henry Grimes: bass
Dave Grant: percussion
Frank Smith: tenor
Tom Price: persussion
All compositions Syndicore Music BMI.
All interviews conducted by Michael D. Anderson from MDA Music inc. Digital Restoration: Douglas McGregor. Cover Photo: Guy Kopelowicz. Graphic Design: Peov.
"As with so many of the early ESP albums, this is not one to be missed" - Marc Medwin, All About Jazz
"Augmented with audio interviews and including Greene's original liner essay, this reissue is a welcome addition to the growing ESP archiving catalog" - Clifford Allen, Signal To Noise
ESP 1024 remastered with interviews
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|Digital download||320 kps MP3 DRM Free Includes artwork & liner notes 101 MB zipped|
|Compact Disk||In Jewel Case with liner notes Re-mastered from origial tapes Digital download included|