Greg Burk // Metal Jazz (23 septembre 2019)

On the title track, as the Great Voice choir begins Linda Hill’s litany of vital cultural clues to which whites have turned a deaf ear, the audience are not listening. The urgency shuts them up, though, as Tapscott’s Ark always has. This was one of the pianist-composer’s last concerts, and he made it pay with generous, driving expansions on his own tunes and Duke’s « Caravan, » rollicking the 88s and clearing plenty of space for the searing, cutting saxes of Michael Session and the pleading wail of Dwight Trible. This music made a difference.



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