About Home

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4 Crepuscular 06:28 $1.49 Buy
5 Updraft 04:07 $1.49 Buy
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7 About Home 05:04 $1.49 Buy
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11 Tesuque 04:26 $1.49 Buy

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Bruce Dunlap lavishes us with his sensuous acoustic guitar set against a very sensitive sax and rhythm backdrop. Magical music is created with rich colors and intricate textures of sound set against strong rhythms. About Home is a beautiful tapestry of sound, style, and musical invention. A kaleidoscopic tour de force.

Main Artists Bruce Dunlap
Billy Drewes - tenor sax
Jamey Haddad - drums, percussion
Dan Kolton - acoustic bass
Steve Shehan - percussion

Producer David Chesky
Executive Producer Norman Chesky
Co-Producer Bruce Dunlap, Steve Guttenberg, Jim Lopata, Michael Weiss
Engineer Bill Allen, Bob Katz
Assistant Engineer Jeremy Kipnis
Recorded August 19-20, 1991.

This album was made with the purest audio path, using the very best microphones, mic preamps, analog-to-digital converters, recorders, and cables with careful attention to detail to produce the most transparent and natural sound available today.

About Home (JD59)
Chesky Records
Track Listing:

  1. River House (Bruce Dunlap)
    Tecolote (Bruce Dunlap)
    Spokes (Bruce Dunlap)
    Crepuscular (Bruce Dunlap)
    Updraft (Bruce Dunlap)
    Evaristo (Bruce Dunlap)
    About Home (Bruce Dunlap)
    Bad Cloud (Bruce Dunlap)
    Slowly But Surely (Bruce Dunlap)
    Gift Of The Magpie (Bruce Dunlap)
    Tesuque (Bruce Dunlap)

Genre: Jazz
Liner notes by Roger Zelazny.
Photography by Jay Manis and Michel Monteaux.

"Hispanic folk music and Indian mythos inform Dunlap's pretty tunes, but don't get in the way of his focused and tricky chordal patterns. He's a disciplined, understated player with a strong melodic sense and has wonderful technique, but uses it with discretion." - Ion Andrews, Downbeat