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Parallel Worlds (Dave Douglas album)

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Parallel Worlds
Parallel Worlds.jpg
Studio album by
RecordedMarch 17–18, 1993
LabelSoul Note
ProducerTim Berne & Dave Douglas
Dave Douglas chronology
Parallel Worlds
The Tiny Bell Trio
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Parallel Worlds is the debut album by trumpeter Dave Douglas released on the Italian Soul Note label in 1993.[2] It features six of Douglas' compositions and compositions by Anton Webern, Kurt Weill, Duke Ellington and Igor Stravinsky performed by Douglas, Mark Feldman, Erik Friedlander, Mark Dresser and Michael Sarin.


The Allmusic review by Ron Wynn states "This isn't another hard bop outing or a completely free-wheeling session; instead, it's got elements of both, and a departure as well. It requires close scrutiny and a completely open mind, because Dave Douglas is following no direction except his own".[3]

Track listing

All compositions by Dave Douglas except as indicated

  1. "Sehr Bewegt" (Webern) - 1:29
  2. "Parallel Worlds" - 9:16
  3. "In Progress" - 5:37
  4. "Remains" - 7:07
  5. "Piece for Strings" - 6:55
  6. "Ballad in Which Macheath Begs All Men for Forgiveness" (Weill) - 6:05
  7. "Loco Madi" (Ellington) - 5:53
  8. "On Your Leaving" - 7:15
  9. "For Every Action" - 9:30
  10. "Grand Choral" (Stravinsky) - 4:15
  • Recorded at Sear Sound, New York City on March 17 and 18, 1993



  1. ^ Allmusic Review
  2. ^ Roussel, P., Discography of Dave Douglas, accessed July 21, 2015
  3. ^ Wynn, R. Allmusic Review accessed March 19, 2009
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