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"All of Time" by David Binney

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Graylen Epicenter
Record Label: Mythology Records
By David Binney
Released: 2011

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About the Album

The powerful opening track to alto saxophonist David Binney's Graylen Epicenter (Mythology, 2011), featuring:

David Binney: alto and soprano saxophones, vocal; Gretchen Parlato: vocal; Ambrose Akinmusire: trumpet; Chris Potter: tenor saxophone; Wayne Krantz: guitar; Eivind Opsvik: bass; Brian Blade: drums; Dan Weiss: drums; Kenny Wollesen: percussion, vibes; Rogerio Boccato: percussion.

John Kelman, Managing Editor of All About Jazz writes: "If Third Occasion found Binney's reckless yet unerringly focused playing and instantly recognizable and influential writing at a new peak of combined form and freedom, then Graylen Epicenter takes it all a step further, with an even larger ensemble cherry picked from his growing cadre of stellar New York musicians, and some of his best writing and most powerful playing to date."

Track Listing

All of Time; Graylen Epicenter; Equality at Low Levels; Everglow; From This Far; Terrorists and Movie Stars; Same Stare, Different Thought; Home; Any Years Costume; Waking to Waves.

Personnel

David Binney: alto and soprano saxophones, vocal; Gretchen Parlato: vocal; Ambrose Akinmusire: trumpet; Chris Potter: tenor saxophone; Craig Taborn: piano; Wayne Krantz: guitar; Eivind Opsvik: bass; Brian Blade: drums (1-4, 6, 8-10); Dan Weiss: drums (1, 5, 6, 9, 10); Kenny Wollesen: percussion, vibes; Rogerio Boccato: percussion; Nina Geiger: vocal harmony (10).

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Date featured

February 2, 2011

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