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Random information on the term “Expand”:
Expansion is a live album released by jazz pianist Dave Burrell. It was recorded during a number of concerts in December 2003 and was released on June 8, 2004 by High Two.
The group that Burrell toured with was referred to as the Full-Blown Trio and included Burrell, Andrew Cyrille (drums) and William Parker (bass).
AllMusic calls the album “a lovely record … by a trio versed in understatement and nuance.” Reviewer Thom Jurek in particular comments on Burrell’s playing by saying that his “fills between the lyric lines are humorous, warm, and dazzling.” The Penguin Guide to Jazz also mention that the three men “gel perfectly” and they provide him with the most flattering context for years.”
All tracks by Dave Burrell except where noted.
Random information on the term “GROW”:
Emotions Anonymous (EA) is a twelve-step program for recovery from mental and emotional illness. As of 2017[update] there were approximately 300 EA groups active in the United States and another 300 around the world.
Marion Flesch (July 24, 1911 – October 10, 2004) is responsible for creating the groups that would become Emotions Anonymous. Marion was a graduate of St. Cloud State Teachers College (now St. Cloud State University) and at various times worked as a teacher, secretary, clerk, accountant, bookkeeper and office manager. Later in life she became a certified chemical dependency counselor through the University of Minnesota and started work on a master’s degree, but stopped at age 80 due to health concerns. Marion originally went to Al-Anon meetings at the advice of a friend to help cope with panic attacks. Later Marion learned of another twelve-step program, Neurotics Anonymous and she started the first such meeting in Minnesota held April 13, 1966, at the Merriam Park Community Center in St. Paul. Neurotics Anonymous grew quickly in Minnesota, and by Fall of 1966 there were thirty active groups in the state.