|Studio album by |
Glenn Spearman & John Heward
|Recorded||October 28, 1990|
|Studio||Silent Sound, Montreal|
|Glenn Spearman chronology|
|The Penguin Guide to Jazz|||
In his review for AllMusic, Steve Loewy says about the album that "it is a significant part of the saxophonist's discography in that it reveals his clear debt to fellow saxophonist Frank Wright and offers the chance to hear Spearman develop long solos with minimal distraction."
The JazzTimes review by Duck Baker says "The measured pace is certainly an intelligent response to the sax-percussion instrumentation, in which the temptation is to fill up the space instead of letting it become part of things as it does here."
All compositions by Spearman / Heward
- "Tongues" – 27:59
- "The Solidification of Fires" – 15:30
- "Summoning Voices" – 12:43
- Glenn Spearman discography by Rick Lopez
- Loewy, Steve. Glenn Spearman – Utterance: Review at AllMusic. Retrieved February 28, 2017.
- Cook, Richard; Brian Morton (2002). The Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD. The Penguin Guide to Jazz (6th ed.). London: Penguin. p. 1370. ISBN 0140515216.
- Baker, Duck Utterance review at JazzTimes