In Concert (Dave Burrell and David Murray album)

In Concert is a live album released by jazz pianist Dave Burrell. It was recorded at the Victoriaville Festival in Quebec, Canada and released that same year on October 21, 1991 by Victo Records. The album features Burrell's long-time jazz collaborator David Murray on reed instruments. According to the AllMusic review, "their influence is profound and wide-reaching" on this album.[1]

In Concert
Live album by
ReleasedOctober 21, 1991
Dave Burrell chronology
In Concert
The Jelly Roll Joys

Track listing

  1. "Punaluu Peter" (Burrell) — 12:42
  2. "Hope Scope" (Murray) — 11:17
  3. "Ballad for the Black Man" (Murray) — 10:34
  4. "Intuitively" (Burrell) — 9:22
  5. "Teardrops for Jimmy" (Burrell) — 7:14



  • François Bienvenue — graphic design
  • Sylvain Lafleur — photography
  • Jean-Pierre Loiselle engineer
  • Music Producer for Société Radio-Canada: Daniel Vachon
  • Louise Trépanier — assistant engineer
  • Joanne Vézina — production assistant


Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic [1]

Allmusic (AMG) says that Murray can "solo gleefully" and his playing is "swinging like mad."[1] Reviewer Thom Jurek says that the album "reveals two musicians at the very peak of their compositional, improvising, and listening skills."[1] The Penguin Guide to Jazz notes that the album is a "perfect representation" of the "telepathic relationship" between Burrell and Murray[2] something AMG also remarks on by calling "truly astonishing."[1]


  1. Thom Jurek. "In Concert Review at Allmusic". Allmusic. Retrieved 2007-01-09.
  2. The Penguin Guide to Jazz by Richard Cook, Brian Morton, et al. pg. 190 (eighth edition)
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