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Label: Ropeadope
Released: 2016
Track listing: Murambi Blues; Unpunished; The Ground Above Your Head; Navigation; Memories of Bach; Help.

Lost Signals

Label: Ropeadope
Released: 2016
Track listing: Trane Day; Goat Skin Dance; Rainy Season; Lost Signals; Eggshell Dance; Pharoah; Miss Jumpy Legs.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeremy Danneman: Lost Signals

Read "Lost Signals" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Lost Signals is the third Jeremy Danneman Ropeadope Records release from a series of sessions recorded in the fall of 2013 with bass icon William Parker, percussionist Tim Keiper, and guitarist Anders Nilsson. You might think that after culling tracks for Lady Boom Boom (2015) and Help (2015) from these sessions, that a third release might ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeremy Danneman: Help

Read "Help" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

New York City resident, reedman and pianist, Jeremy Danneman is the founder of the Parade of One Project, an organization that “engages the international community with a unique blend of performance in public spaces, recording, and educational programming." He's also an educator and lecturer. On his second release for Ropeadope as a leader he garners the ...

Lady Boom Boom

Label: Ropeadope
Released: 2015
Track listing: Sugar Cane; Mutobo March; Cloud Talking about the Weather; Anaphora; Delware River Delta Blues; Lady Boom Boom; The toothless Old Lady Warns The University girls About Men.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeremy Danneman: Lady Boom Boom

Read "Lady Boom Boom" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The CD Lady Boom Boom slides across the desk, with its provocative woman on the cover--a tight black dress with a shoulder strap slipping down--and the first thought that comes to mind is a Lady Gaga knock off. Thankfully, it's not. Lady Boom Boom is the work of Jeremy Danneman, a New York based saxophonist/clarinetist with ...

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Dance, a Debut, and a Free Concert at Vision Festival 16

Dance, a Debut, and a Free Concert at Vision Festival 16

Vision Festival begins Friday with a free concert for those who enjoy music alfresco in the public square and may not be able to afford a ticket.This is also a chance for the neighborhood children to get involved. Ras Moshe was one such child back in the 80s when an early counterpart to Vision Festival, Sound ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Mysterium - An Electric Soundpainting Septet, Plays Brooklyn

Mysterium - An Electric Soundpainting Septet, Plays Brooklyn

Monday, August 24th, 10:30pm MYSTERIUM - AN ELECTRIC SOUNDPAINTING SEPTET Adam Caine - Electric Guitar James Ilgenfritz - Electric Bass Jeremy Danneman - Alto, Baritone Sax Lorenzo Sanguedolce - Tenor Sax Sam Kulik - Trombone Eric Eigner - Drumset


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