Album Remarks & Appraisals:
Everyone gets space to shine, and when Warren takes the spotlight, the outcome is an abiding example of bass. The poetical "Pastel Rhapsody" is well named. Twinned flutes are initially heard, then DeJohnette crafts a deeply-felt solo piano. DeJohnette then employs dubbed drums as horns and bass come in. Tin Can Alley was taped at Germany's spacious Tonstudio Bauer, and the remastered sound really brings out the room's efficacious sound and tone, with sterling details from the acoustic piano, drum cymbals, flute and acoustic bass.
Liner Note Author: Bradley Bambarger.
Recording information: Generation Sound Studios, New York, NY (03/1979); Power Station, NY (03/1979); Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg (03/1979); Generation Sound Studios, New York, NY (09/1980); Power Station, NY (09/1980); Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg (09/1980); Generation Sound Studios, New York, NY (09/1982/06/1984); Power Station, NY (09/1982/06/1984); Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg (09/1982/06/1984).
Photographers: Roberto Masotti; Ralph Quinke; Andreas Raggenbass; Isio Saba; Deborah Feingold; Ssirus Pakzad; Karen Schoonmaker.
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