All About Jazz

Home » Tag Center » Tag: The Mancy of Sound

Content by tag "The Mancy of Sound"

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Steve Coleman and Five Elements: The Mancy of Sound

Read "The Mancy of Sound" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Although alto saxophonist Steve Coleman's conceptual approach to composition has grown increasingly adventurous, high-brow or esoteric, depending on your viewpoint--with lunar phases and the Yoruba of West Africa's philosophical system providing inspiration here--The Mancy of Sound merely represents Coleman's relationship to the world, which is the font of most music of worth. Retaining the same musicians ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Steve Coleman and Five Elements: The Mancy of Sound

Read "The Mancy of Sound" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

A saxophonist of a different order--part griot, theorist, numerologist, and incessant seeker of knowledge-- Steve Coleman continues to forge new paths in creative music. He's influenced more of today's forward thinking artists than almost anyone in recent memory with his proven M-Base concepts. His critically acclaimed 2010 recording, Harvesting Semblances and Affinities (Pi Recordings), was a ...