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Michel Doneda/Jack Wright/Tatsuya Nakatani: From Between

Read "From Between" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Once, a very long time ago, “jazz" was about “that swing." The substance without which it didn't mean a thing manifested itself externally in the rhythms, the walk, the “fashion" of the hipster. Once co-opted by Madison Avenue, jazz then kept its hipness either well-hidden or moved it constantly like a weapon of mass destruction.

That knowing hipness today has no public face, fashion, or spokesman. It is to be found in the open-ended, hit-and-sometimes-miss music of free ...


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