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  • lanvert

    thanks,yurgiz;very good tune!!

    5 Gen 2008 Rispondi
  • lanvert

    Hello, Yurgiz! I already knew Present and I quiet often listen to them! Thanks for your mail anyway!

    12 Nov 2007 Rispondi
  • HooGraa

    the album, The Radient Mirror by the Flowers-Corsano Duo. Perhaps you are already aware of these, but both are newish to me and are smokin'! As for surprised with a zed below... well you'd never guess from my spelling that English is my first language

    22 Set 2007 Rispondi
  • HooGraa

    Hey, thanks for the recommendation. I couldn't find any Orchestra stuff but I found some Satoko Fujii quartet stuff and an album with the drummer from Ruins. Both of which are great. In return I should like to recommend some stuff I was suprized not to see in your charts. Item 1 being a group called Cold Bleak Heat an album called Simitu with Paul Flaherty and Chris Corsano Item 2 being ...

    22 Set 2007 Rispondi
  • IMCollective

    Hey! Thanks for the kind words... I see you've been listening to Warne Marsh - I like his work very much. What a criminally under appreciated tenor player. He and Lee Konitz did some great stuff with Lennie Tristano... Bravo to you for playing his music! Regards, Ron

    18 Set 2007 Rispondi
  • dalemcbdnl

    I meant to say BLADERUNNER not BLAZER. I'll let you know if I find some of it for you. But a quick look tells me RapidShare seems to have removed all of it. TOO bad because that is the archive SO MANY BLOGGERS DEPEND ON. We'll see.

    17 Set 2007 Rispondi
  • dalemcbdnl

    Oh, that's a Blazer download off the web. I hate to say it but that was on churchnumber9 which recently folded. But Zorn SEEMS to be more tolerant of pirates than many other artists. I'm betting there is some other blogs who have the group in their archives. I'll check the web to see where else you can grab it and get back to you.

    17 Set 2007 Rispondi
  • dalemcbdnl

    I agree, Crispell is really amazing and the nice thing is that she is on a million or so albums... Well maybe ONLY a hundred or so. But give her time. I saw her up in Vancouver BC with Irene Schweizer (a duet)--WHAT A SHOW!! Then she played with Brotzmann and Drake. AGAIN, WHAT A SHOW!! She was like Cecil Taylor reincarnate. BUT I have to say that in the duo with Schweizer she had met her match!!

    16 Set 2007 Rispondi
  • HooGraa

    Same to you (vis your comment). Love the avatar but I can't remember where I seen it before.

    12 Set 2007 Rispondi
  • McCoyTyner

    dude that's a tight avatar

    2 Set 2007 Rispondi
  • lanvert

    thanks for the link to Julius Hemphil !!! Nice discovery!!!

    1 Set 2007 Rispondi
  • dalemcbdnl

    They are COMPLETELY improvised. The 1st step I call an ink scribble - I then color it. I have NO idea what will emerge when I start a scribble. But they happen quickly (maybe 10 minutes). Out of 50 of these scribbles I will rarely color more than 1 or 2. My MAIN reason for doing these is to keep my hand steady. I want my hand sweep clean and unfaltering. It's like a musician doing scales.

    27 Ago 2007 Rispondi
  • dalemcbdnl

    Sorry about duplicating the word avatars. One more tidbit of information for you. The avatar for the group is one of my blk & wht photos. I see Gubaidulina was your top Artist last week. I'm happy to see someone else in my group has her high up on their list.

    21 Ago 2007 Rispondi
  • dalemcbdnl

    Mixed media = paint (watercolors and acrylics), my photos (often cut and/or ripped up), pastels, found objects (mostly metal and wood), fabrics, handmade papers (by friends) and fragments of my poetry. The pieces are normally created out of 1-3 of the above mentioned materials. All of my work is improvised so it's fairly abstract. My avatars avatars are examples of my ink&colored pencil drawings.

    21 Ago 2007 Rispondi
  • darrylkanouse

    ...been tuned in to your station tonight... excellent. it's almost better than my own...

    22 Giu 2007 Rispondi
  • StavK

    sorry for the late reply. i cant think of anything right now, but if you use soulseek find me there as StavK

    7 Mar 2007 Rispondi
  • dalemcbdnl

    I also think of Charles Davis and maybe Vinny Golia though neither of them FOCUS on bari... For more straight ahead playing I think Nick Brignola and Cecil Payne are worth checking out. I'll think about this a little more and get back to you.

    4 Mar 2007 Rispondi
  • dalemcbdnl

    You know, I don't know why I was fastened on tenorists, but I guess I should expand the range of my recommendations a bit beyond that. The shout box doesn't give enough room for a long winded old guy like me. But here a few more names for you. Irene Schweitzer, Marilyn Crispell and Borah Bergman on keyboards. Peter Kowald (now deceased) on Bass; and Wadada Leo Smith and Paul Smoker on trumpets.

    2 Mar 2007 Rispondi
  • dalemcbdnl

    A little about tenorists below. I just wanted to compliment you on listening to BOTH great free jazz AND free classical. Xenakis, Gubaidulina and Boulez are wonderful! Your mask hides your age but I assume you are young and DOING fine.

    1 Mar 2007 Rispondi
  • dalemcbdnl

    Free tenorists? I'd be remiss if I didn't mention a few older players-Sam Rivers (Fuschia Swing Song!!), John Gilmore with Sun Ra, Frank Lowe esp w R Ali, Joseph Jarman w Pullen (Magic Triangle), & Blk Paladins). Lesser known is Joe McPhee-many on hat Art. Old Eyes & Oleo as well as several solo LPs on the early hatHuts. Three more-Glenn Spearman, David Ware, Chas Gayle. There are many!

    1 Mar 2007 Rispondi
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