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Graphic Evidence

Label: Asian Improv Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: To The Endless Embrace of Light; Invocation and Resonance; Microscopic; Blood Falling Out-of-Bounds; Door Beneath and Arch; Transparent Tapestry; Alluvial Fan; Before Memory Begins.

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Jason Kao Hwang: Graphic Evidence

Read "Graphic Evidence" reviewed by Rex  Butters


A member of the Anthony Braxton Sextet and the Reggie Workman Ensemble, as well as a performer with Pauline Oliveros and the Deep Listening Band, William Parker, Sirone and Billy Bang, Jason Kao Hwang brings his well-traveled violin to Graphic Evidence, a collaborative performance with soprano saxophonist Frances Wong and bassist Tatsu Aoki. On this perfect ...

Album

Graphic Evidence

Label: Asian Improv Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: To The Endless Embrace of Light; Invocation and Resonance; Microscopic; Blood Falling Out-of-Bounds; Door Beneath and Arch; Transparent Tapestry; Alluvial Fan; Before Memory Begins.

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Article: Album Review

Jason Kao Hwang/Francis Wong/Tatsu Aoki: Graphic Evidence

Read "Graphic Evidence" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk


Violinist Jason Kao Hwang has sought to meld American jazz and blues with motifs from the Far East for years, most notably on his excellent 1990 release Unfolding Stone (Sound Aspects). Now, with a group all of Asian descent, Hwang has entered a more fully Asiatic idiom, leaving the particularly American vocabularies behind for something more ...


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