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Bobby Bradford: Musician, Educator, Survivor

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In 1991 the prolific saxophonist David Murray recorded Death Of A Sideman (DIW), an album that put a spotlight on the compositions of Mississippi born cornetist Bobby Bradford. A long time coming, Bradford's music was finally receiving the kind of recognition it deserved, and from one of jazz's biggest names. Murray had been a student of ...

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Marc Ribot Spiritual Unity at Bishopsgate Institute in London

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Marc Ribot Spiritual Unity Trio Bishopsgate Institute London, EnglandOctober 28, 2011 Guitarist Marc Ribot's Spiritual Unity trio, featuring bassist/violinist Henry Grimes and drummer Chad Taylor, brought down the house at the Bishopsgate Institute in London on Friday, October 28, 2011. Near the beginning of a whirlwind European tour, the trio performed ...

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The Profound Sound Trio at The Vortex Jazz Club, London

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Profound Sound Trio: Andrew Cyrille, Paul Dunmall, Henry Grimes The Vortex Jazz Club North London, UK November 23, 2009 The Vortex Jazz Club in North London is the city's best venue for improvised music in free jazz and other avant-garde sub-genres. On this Monday evening the aptly named Profound ...

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Cecil Taylor Trio and Anthony Braxton: Historic Concert in London

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Cecil Taylor Trio and Anthony Braxton Royal Festival Hall London, England July 8, 2007 Sunday 8th July saw an historic concert performance at the Royal Festival Hall in London by the Cecil Taylor trio, composed of drummer Tony Oxley and bassist William Parker, and featuring multi-saxophonist Anthony Braxton. According to ...

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Henry Grimes at the London Jazz Festival 2006

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The last three years must seem to Henry Grimes as the busiest period in his career, almost equal to his prolific output in the 1960s when he contributed to such epochal albums of the avante garde as Spirits Rejoice (Albert Ayler), Unit Structures and Conquistador (Cecil Taylor) and Complete Communion (Don Cherry). On Friday night, November ...

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Henry Grimes, Sunny Murray and David Murray at the Haarlem Jazzstad

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Henry Grimes, Sunny Murray and David Murray Haarlem Jazzstad Festival Haarlem, Holland August 18, 2006Anyone who is familiar with the remarkable “rediscovery" of bassist Henry Grimes, who distinguished many of the great jazz albums of the 1960's with artists such as Sonny Rollins, Cecil Taylor, Albert Ayler, Don Cherry ...

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45th Antibes Jazz Festival

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Keith Jarrett Trio July 21, 2005Throwing In The Towel...The Antibes Jazz Festival must rank as one of the oldest and most famous jazz festivals in the world. It's certainly well represented on record with classic performances from the likes of Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Archie Shepp and the Keith Jarrett ...


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