Re: [fearnwhiskey] Re: Clip: Butch Morris
- I kinda gave up on most of my jazz habits. Outside of the Art Ensemble, Don
Cherry, Willem Breuker, Von Freeman, Sun Ra, and a handful of others, I
think I've pretty much heard it all. I do know that Gold Sparkle play
around town a good bit where gigs are available, but I'm really out of
touch with that scene.
Bethany is also DJ at WFMU, now on Sunday nights from 10p-midnight. Give
her a lissen; she and Doug Schulkind have the only jazz shows on the
station, and of the two hers is the more Euro-centric.
At 09:27 PM 11/2/2002, you wrote:
>Nice! And mention of Bethany leads me to ask what the Gold Sparkle
>Band is up to these days.
>--- In fearnwhiskey@y..., mosurock <mosurock@e...> wrote:
> > Former WRCT DJ Bethany Ryker is a member of this ensemble.
> > Doug
> > At 01:46 PM 11/2/2002, you wrote:
> > >http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/02/arts/music/02BUTC.html
> > >
> > >NEW MUSIC REVIEW | BUTCH MORRIS
>To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
>Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
- Carl W. wrote:
>So when you open up toit it's a bit like mainlining the essence of music into your nervous system.
It makes melodies and words and verses and choruses seem like trappings -
often enjoyable and affecting trappings, but still something on top of music
I like Carl's analogy a lot.
And in adapting it, I see traditional melody and song as an iced layer cake, where as free jazz is raw eggs, milk, flour,
etc. in a mixing bowl. And I prefer a nice slice of cake to a spoonful of the raw ingredients.
This mail sent through IMP: email.blast.net