Gary Burton Quartet – A Genuine Tong Funeral
- RCA Victor
- US - Reissue
Originally released in 1968
One of vibraphonist Gary Burton's most intriguing recordings, A Genuine Tong Funeral (Carla Bley's suite which musically depicts attitudes toward death) was called by its composer a "Dark Opera Without Words." Burton's classic Quartet (which also includes guitarist Larry Coryell, bassist Steve Swallow and drummer Bob Moses) is augmented by six notable all-stars: soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy, trumpeter Mike Mantler, Gato Barbieri on tenor, trombonist Jimmy Knepper, Howard Johnson on tuba and baritone and Bley herself on piano and organ. The music is dramatic, occasionally a little humorous, and a superb showcase for Gary Burton's vibes.
|A1.||The Opening; Interlude (Shove...||Brad McCuen|
|A2.||Death Rolls||Brad McCuen|
|A3.||Morning - Part One||Brad McCuen|
|A4.||Interlude: "Lament"; Intermis...||Brad McCuen|
|A5.||Silent Spring||Brad McCuen|
|B1.||Fanfare; Mother Of The Dead Man||Brad McCuen|
|B2.||Some Dirge||Brad McCuen|
|B3.||Morning - Part Two||Brad McCuen|
|B4.||The New Funeral March||Brad McCuen|
|B5.||The New National Anthem; The ...||Brad McCuen|
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