This is a vanishingly rare opportunity to hear a legendary pianist who was part of the first wave of recordings made by the groundbreaking ESP-Disk record label in the sixties. Burton’s first ESP recording was number 1024, which was released just after recordings by Paul Bley, Marion Brown and Frank Wright, and just before Patty Waters, Henry Grimes and Timothy Leary. What becomes a legend most? The company they keep! The young among you will be able to tell friends decades from now that you saw Burton Greene in a solo performance at Barking Legs.