|Studio album by David Murray|
|Recorded||March 1–2, 1991
Sound On Sound, NYC
|David Murray chronology|
Shakill's Warrior is an album by David Murray released on the DIW/Columbia label. It was released in 1991 and features eight quartet performances by Murray with Stanley Franks, Don Pullen, and Andrew Cyrille.
The Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars stating "The music, with the exception of some typical Murray outbursts into the extreme upper register, is generally respectful and soulful, one of Murray's mellower efforts.".
|Robert Christgau||A+ |
- "Blues For Savannah" (Murray)- 7:26
- "Song From The Old Country" (Pullen) - 7:01
- "High Priest" (Cyrille) - 11:59
- "In The Spirit" (Pullen) 9:49
- "Shakill's Warrior" (Murray) - 8:37
- "At The Cafe Central" (Pullen) 10:52
- "Black February (Butch Morris) - 0:53
- "Milano Strut" (Pullen) - 8:17