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Song For The Dream Weaver

CD (Item 614085) Sarang Bang (New Zealand), 1990 — Condition: New Copy
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A beautiful title, and a record that really lives up to it too – filled with evocative piano lines from Murray McNabb – a really great player with a strong sense of flow! The session's an overlooked one – finally out now – and it's got the feel of some lost classic from the Bill Evans school, although maybe with a bit more bite – given that Murray's got an inherent modal groove to his work on the piano, especially when rhythms kick in strongly – from Ron McClure on bass and Adam Nussbaum on drums. Tunes are all McNabb originals – and are some really beautiful compositions that ring out with soul and feeling throughout – real gems that include "Instant Bossa", "Dark Windows", "Recurring Dream", "The Long Walk Home", "Memorial", and "Song For The Dream Weaver".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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