Greg Burk | The Way In

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The Way In

by Greg Burk

Solo piano. Real nice. Ranging from short prepared-piano pieces to gorgeous ballads.
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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1. Paper Piano
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5:24 album only
2. Ballad for Gold
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5:50 album only
3. Look to the Asteroid
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7:41 album only
4. Ballad for Sand
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5:10 album only
5. Walking the Earth
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7:33 album only
6. Wu-wei Out
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7. Serenity's Distant Dawn
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8. Ballad for Water
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9. What is This Key In?
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10. Big Bird
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Album Notes
Greg Burk, solo piano.
Burk's fourth release in as many years further documents his trademark synergy of freedom and structure. The all-original program features reinterpretations of previously composed works, organically developed free improvisations and explorations of the non-traditional sound potential of the piano.

"Burk's seemingly paradoxical ability to sound both considered and unfettered is a marvel," wrote AllAboutJazz.com Senior Editor John Kelman of 2005's , featuring Steve Swallow and Bob Moses. Other critics agreed, writing "Burk puts a collage of ideas into each piece" (Jim Santella, Cadence), "he mixes idioms with the finesse of someone decades older" (Bill Shoemaker, PointofDeparture.org), and "Technically, Burk is a complete pianist, and he's intellectually curious enough to exploit the instrument's total sound-making capacity" (Chris Kelsey, JazzTimes).


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