Daybreak (Dave Burrell album)
|Studio album by Dave Burrell|
|Dave Burrell chronology|
Daybreak is a studio album released by jazz pianist Dave Burrell. It was recorded in 1989 and released that same year by Gazell records. The album mainly Burrell in duet with long-time jazz collaborator David Murray on reed instruments.
- "Daybreak" (Burrell) — 12:03
- "Sketch #1" (Murray) — 9:54
- "Blue Hour" (Burrell) — 13:45
- "Qasbah Rendezvous" (Burrell) — 8:21
Allmusic says that Burrell and Murray are "overtly experimental ... that doesn't play to the strengths of these musicians." Reviewer Brian Olewnick suggests listeners hear the quartet the two were a part of with Fred Hopkins and Andrew Cyrille around the same time this album was released in order to "better hear their capabilities."