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Greg Burk Quartet: Carpe Momentum

Read "Carpe Momentum" reviewed by Budd Kopman

I was hooked on Greg Burk's Carpe Momentum from the first seconds of the first cut. Burk has in himself, and strives to bring out in his sidemen, that which I consider one of the highest achievement in jazz: the ability to be rhythmically free, while all the time maintaining audible contact with the prevailing pulse, ...

Carpe Momentum

Label: Soul Note
Released: 2004
Track listing: Burk's Quirks; Serena Al Telefono; Hymn For Her; Ink; Look to the Astroid; For George Russell; Hupid Stumid; Song For Sara.

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Greg Burk Quartet: Carpe Momentum

Read "Carpe Momentum" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Greg Burk's work may have a quirk, but there is much more to it. He looks to the skies and he looks to his wife, and he even looks to George Russell for inspiration. And all of the fun of meeting more than one is evidenced on this album as the music spins into several spheres ...

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Greg Burk Quartet: Carpe Momentum

Read "Carpe Momentum" reviewed by John Kelman

Pianist Greg Burk may only be known to a small group of listeners, but that's a situation that should change, and on the strength of his latest release, Carpe Momentum , it should change right now. With but a few recordings to his name since he emerged in the late '90s, Burk is already a well- ...


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