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"Loss" by David Weiss

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When Words Fail
By David Weiss

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The straight up sound of Dwayne Burno on his last record with David Weiss. For all those who are gone too soon, but not forgotten.

About the Album

Reassembled after ten years, The David Weiss Sextet delivers a brilliant set of music that serves as a beacon of musical excellence, and a reflection on a year of loss. Featuring:

David Weiss: trumpet;

Marcus Strickland: tenor saxophone;

Myron Walden: alto saxophone;

Xavier Davis: piano;

Dwayne Burno: bass:

E.J. Strickland: drums.

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June 22, 2014

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