Truth Raised Twice

Warren Byrd

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This album--a straight-ahead jazz manifesto--cooks after 20 years on a back burner—a grand release of stellar pianist/composer Warren Byrd's self-produced late-20th Century testament of Greater-NYC jazz in Southern New England. A burnin' montage of esteemed standards and evocative originals from Byrd's pen gingered by Warren's Monk-kissed hard- swinging piano, a carousel of killin' cohorts--including bassist Stephen King Porter and sounds from celebrated saxophonists Kris Allen and Johnathan Ball—"Truth Raised Twice" buffets a post-modern bebop dish of diverse and sincere vibes to get us right.

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"Expression of these shades is how humanity soars into fresh visions of joy, peace and wholeness, as well as sweat, tears, and suffering--all in the the process of existence. Let us ring out and share with music, sounds, tales, movements and dances, vistas and visuals, and a conglomerates of these that we may attune with our collective core."

"Expression of these shades is how humanity soars into fresh visions of joy, peace and wholeness, as well as sweat, tears, and suffering--all in the the process of existence. Let us ring out and share with music, sounds, tales, movements and dances, vistas and visuals, and a conglomerates of these that we may attune with our collective core."