℗ ℗ 1984 ECM Records
 

Call Me When You Get There

Barre Phillips

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1
Grants Pass
Barre Phillips
8:08
2
Craggy Slope
Barre Phillips
4:57
3
Amos Crowns Barn
Barre Phillips
4:00
4
Pittmans Rock
Barre Phillips
4:59
5
Highway 37
Barre Phillips
3:37
6
Winslow Cavern
Barre Phillips
4:25
7
Riverbend
Barre Phillips
4:13
8
Brewstertown 2
Barre Phillips
5:28
Total Playing Time    39:47
Glowing with a pale fire that can be drawn only in cosmic pigments, Barre Phillips' solo-bass sound-world on Call me when you get there throbs as if Michael Galasso and David Darling had fused into a collaborative quasar.

We can add this album to the modest yet potent shelf of solo bass recordings begun with Dave Holland’s as-yet-unsurpassed Emerald Tears. A masterpiece in the Phillips discography and one well worth the plunge for those who’ve yet to dare.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ECM Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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