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Mark Turner's writing for his quartet on Return from the Stars gives the players plenty of space in which to move, on an album both exhilarating and thoughtful in it's arc of expression. Although he has been a frequent presence on ECM in contexts including the Billy Hart Quartet, the Fly trio, and a duo with Ethan Iverson, this his first quartet album since 2014's Lathe of Heaven and is an essential document of his artistry as a player and his conceptual thinking as a bandleader.
Mark Turner's writing for his quartet on Return from the Stars gives the players plenty of space in which to move, on an album both exhilarating and thoughtful in it's arc of expression. Although he has been a frequent presence on ECM in contexts including the Billy Hart Quartet, the Fly trio, and a duo with Ethan Iverson, this his first quartet album since 2014's Lathe of Heaven and is an essential document of his artistry as a player and his conceptual thinking as a bandleader.
602438428717

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Format: CD
Label: ECM RECORDS
Rel. Date: 03/25/2022
UPC: 602438428717

Return From The Stars
Artist: Mark Turner / Palmer,Jason / Martin,Joe / Jonathan
Format: CD
New: Available $18.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Return from the Stars
2. Terminus
3. Bridgetown
4. It's Not Alright With Me
5. Nigeria II
6. Waste Land
7. Unacceptable
8. Lincoln Heights

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Mark Turner's writing for his quartet on Return from the Stars gives the players plenty of space in which to move, on an album both exhilarating and thoughtful in it's arc of expression. Although he has been a frequent presence on ECM in contexts including the Billy Hart Quartet, the Fly trio, and a duo with Ethan Iverson, this his first quartet album since 2014's Lathe of Heaven and is an essential document of his artistry as a player and his conceptual thinking as a bandleader.
        
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