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The Dave Goldberg/ Duane Allen Quartet | Surreality

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Surreality

by The Dave Goldberg/ Duane Allen Quartet

Original modern jazz featuring Dave Goldberg - saxophone, Duane Allen - guitar, Chuck Bergeron - bass, John Yarling -drums
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. What For
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2. Surreality
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3. W.R.H.
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4. Melakong
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5. Standard Song
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6. Night Crawlers
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7. Kilgore Trout
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8. Indecisive Moments
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9. Blues 1218
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Dave Goldberg and Duane Allen play solid, bop influenced jazz the way it's supposed to be done. Allen's guitar shimmers with original chords and tasty single-note solos, somewhat in the style of jazz giant Jim Hall."
- Matt Schudel (Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel)

"Goldberg, displays a strong and assured tone and a maturity of style, rooted in swinging mainstream modern jazz.”
- Sid Gribetz (Jazz Times Magazine)

“Surreality is the antidote to smooth jazz…Highly recommended, this quartet’s latest album looks to the future of jazz without digging up the roots.”
- Jim Santella (LA Jazz Scene)

“They sound wonderful, I’m quite impressed. They’re growing faster than I can even imagine.”
- Ira Sullivan

"The Dave Goldberg Quartet is a very exciting young group not merely cranking out the same old lame old."
- Bob Weinberg (City Link Magazine)

"Goldberg's tenor sound is full and rich; yet, he remains light throughout. With Allen's sparkling guitar timbre they lend dramatic excitement coupled with a floating sensation that connects the dots."
- Jim Santella (LA Jazz Scene)

"Their contrasting approaches make for some compelling listening, bringing to mind the work of Joe Henderson and John Scofield or Dave Liebman and Pat Metheny."
- City Link Best of Awards 2001

"Goldberg's tone throughout tends to be warm, and I'm especially struck by his soprano tone on ballads like "Melakong." Allen's voice is especially original - he doesn't sound like any other guitarist I know. His solos are thoughtful, avoiding arpeggios as fillers and instead choosing notes and unusual chords with a deft sense for ensemble play. Both leaders deliver solos that demonstrate real shape."
- Michael Coyle (Cadence Magazine)

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