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David S. Ware: Live in the World

Read "Live in the World" reviewed by Marc Medwin

I have never seen the far-fabled David S. Ware Quartet in concert--and, as their gig at this year's Vision Festival was their last US appearance, I probably never will. It did not seem as much of a loss until I heard this 2004 triple-disc document. The public praise, echoing what accompanied the classic Coltrane quartet, was ...

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David S. Ware Quartets: Live in the World

Read "Live in the World" reviewed by Rex  Butters

Thirsty Ear's generous Live in the World set presents tenor saxophone terror David S. Ware performing with his stellar quartet including pianist Matthew Shipp and bassist William Parker in three different concerts, on three discs, with three different drummers. The repertoire consists of Ware compositions and cover tunes personalized by the DSWQ. The epic ...

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David S. Ware Quartets: Live in the World

Read "Live in the World" reviewed by AAJ Staff

It didn't take much time for the jazz world to appreciate the talents of David S. Ware , whose first quartet disc was recorded fifteen years ago. In the ensuing period the tenor saxophonist has made about a recording a year with the group, whose only changes in personnel have occured at the drum chair. Ware's ...


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