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The Dream

Label: 577 Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: This Is The Dream; Little Did I Know; 6 1/2 billion; Showering of Gifts; The Truth In The Core; Never Before; Zero Softly; The Traditionalist!; Sea Soul; Spiritual Awakening; Stillness; Notorious; Life Beyond Death; Tempting Faith.

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Daniel Carter / William Parker / Federico Ughi: The Dream

Read "The Dream" reviewed by Troy Collins


The Dream features the first recorded example of multi-instrumentalist Daniel Carter playing piano. While this revelation is impressive enough, the album itself is a fascinating and endlessly rewarding listen. Ably accompanied by bassist William Parker and drummer Federico Ughi, Carter demonstrates remarkable facility on a half-dozen different instruments in settings ranging from sober to tumultuous.

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Daniel Carter / William Parker / Federico Ughi: The Dream

Read "The Dream" reviewed by Marc Medwin


That's right, Daniel Carter plays piano on this date! It's the first thing you hear as this disc kicks immediately into definite but mature overdrive. It's a blast to hear William Parker, the bassist for Cecil Taylor's much-lauded Feel Trio, free-walking under Carter's percussive attacks, certainly indebted to Taylor but even more pointillistic. “Zero Softly is ...

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Daniel Carter / William Parker / Federico Ughi: The Dream

Read "The Dream" reviewed by Florence Wetzel


577 Records is putting out some of the most interesting improvised music today, and The Dream is yet another high quality offering. Featuring the trio of Daniel Carter, William Parker and Federico Ughi, the CD is an embarrassment of riches, bursting with music of great imagination played with the highest skill and intention. Carter ...


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