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Marc Edwards

My bio can be read here at AAJ. Please use the link under Related AAJ Article(s) Marc Edwards: Free Jazz Drummer & Percussionist. Please consider purchasing my book at the end of the iterview. Think of each purchase as a donation. The money will be use to put out more CDs. I thank each and every one of you for your contributions. If anyone is interested in sponsoring one of my CD(s), please get in touch using the email shown on the right hand side of this page. Sincerely, Marc Edwards

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Matthew Shipp: Poetic Connection

Read "Matthew Shipp: Poetic Connection" reviewed by Seton Hawkins

It is difficult to describe the impact of pianist and composer Matthew Shipp without descending into hyperbole. A core figure in the now-legendary David S. Ware Quartet, a bandleader with a staggering recording output, a groundbreaking curator for the influential Blues Series of Thirsty Ear Records, Matthew Shipp has also more recently broken new ...

Black Hole Universe

Label: Atypeek Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Volcanic Eruptions On Lo; Black Hole Universe; Gravitational Waves; Supernova Aftermath; Electrical Acoustic Synapses.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marc Edwards & Guillaume Gargaud: Black Hole Universe

Read "Black Hole Universe" reviewed by Don Phipps

Black holes are giant space predators—devouring light itself. Theory holds that, as one approaches a black hole's event horizon, time itself slows. So it is interesting that on their album Black Hole Universe, drummer Marc Edwards and guitarist Guillaume Gargaud have chosen to create five diverse yet similar spontaneous compositions which jettison time signatures and conventional ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Chris Pitsiokos: Silver Bullet in the Autumn of Your Years

Read "Silver Bullet in the Autumn of Your Years" reviewed by Don Phipps

Adventurous, hair-raising, mind-bending, dense, fibrous, layered, hallucinogenic, twisted. These are the words that come to mind when listening to the excellent but challenging music on Chris Pitsiokos's album Silver Bullet in the Autumn of Your Years. Pitsiokos' compositions often sound like a musical transcription of the trippiest parts of William Burrough's “Naked Lunch." The result? An ...

The Bowels Of Jupiter

Label: Gaffer Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Molten Lava; The Rings of Saturn; The Asteroid Belt; Lightning Strikes; Venus Upper Atmosphere; Deep Space African Drums; Solar Flares; Inner Space.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marc Edwards: The Bowels Of Jupiter

Read "The Bowels Of Jupiter" reviewed by Don Phipps

As you listen to The Bowels of Jupiter, you will have no special gear to protect you from the musical g-forces that will blanket your ears and brain. But you wouldn't want any, as it is these musical g-forces that make drummer Marc Edwards and guitarist Mick Barr's album an incredible listening experience.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

David S. Ware/Matthew Shipp: Live in Sant’Anna Arresi, 2004

Read "Live in Sant’Anna Arresi, 2004" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Describing David S. Ware as a maverick would be a gimmicky shortcut around the depth of the late saxophonist's vision. Outside of John Coltrane we have not seen a Ware contemporary with more depth of spirituality, presented in such a visceral way. Similarly, Matthew Shipp employs a type of unimaginable creative mysticism that transcends technique and ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

David S. Ware: Apogee - Birth of a Being

Read "Apogee - Birth of a Being" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Birth of a Being presenta l'esordio del trio denominato Apogee -David S. Ware, Cooper-Moore, Marc Edwards -originariamente stampato in vinile dalla label svizzera hat Hut nel 1979 e rimasto fuori catalogo per più di trent'anni, più un secondo CD di materiale proveniente dalle stesse session e mai pubblicato fino ad ora. Se il disco di debutto ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Getting To Know Ras Moshe

Read "Getting To Know Ras Moshe" reviewed by Dom Minasi

Ras Moshe is not a name most people are familiar with. If you listen to straight ahead jazz you probably wouldn't know Ras. Now if you go to some of the 'downtown' performances in New York City and Brooklyn you probably have seen him play. I heard him ten years ago playing Tenor Sax at the ...


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