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Greg Burk: Ivy Trio

Read "Ivy Trio" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La figura di Greg Burk sta rapidamente acquisendo i riconoscimenti che merita. Visto che da qualche anno s'è trasferito a Roma, il pubblico italiano ha modo di apprezzare uno dei pianisti più creativi delle generazione tra i trenta e i quarant'anni: ci sono infatti varie occasioni per ascoltarlo dal vivo ed i suoi dischi per la ...


Ivy Trio

Label: 482 Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: Look to the Neutrino; Blink to Be; Dumbo


Article: Album Review

Greg Burk: Ivy Trio

Read "Ivy Trio" reviewed by Nic Jones

It takes its time, this music. On first listen it comes on like the work merely of an accomplished piano trio that ticks all those boxes labeled with qualities such as technical accomplishment, urbanity, harmonic sophistication and the like. Further listening, however, reveals something a whole lot more worthwhile. The spirit of Herbie Nichols stalks the ...


Article: Album Review

Greg Burk: Ivy Trio

Read "Ivy Trio" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Pianist Greg Burk found the perfect ambience in a study lounge of a Harvard University dormitory to record this album. He says that the environment was as close to his childhood living room as a studio could be. Burk also reveals that he was contemplating the direction the music would take while swimming in Walden Pond. ...


Article: Album Review

Greg Burk: Ivy Trio

Read "Ivy Trio" reviewed by John Kelman

Time can be a funny thing. Recorded prior to his last trio disc, Nothing, Knowing (482 Music, 2005), Greg Burk's Ivy Trio shares more in common than just format. Ivy Trio provides alternate views of three Burk originals--"Look to the Neutrino, “Blink to Be and “Operetta --but with a trio featuring bassist Jonathan Robinson and drummer ...


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