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Omegathorp: Living City

Label: Y'All of New York, Inc.
Released: 2007
Track listing: Omegathorp: Living City Suite: Explore Coming Forth; Breath Textures; Done Chanting Forests; Done Woman; Kwama Okura; Improvisation.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

JD Parran & Mark Deutsch: Omegathorp: Living City

Read "Omegathorp: Living City" reviewed by Jeff Stockton

JD Parran is a consummate musician's musician, a multi-reedist who has performed in a wide variety of settings, most notably with Julius Hemphill and members of St. Louis' Black Artists Group, as well as Anthony Braxton's ensembles; he was also a member of the horn section Robbie Robertson introduces at the start of The Band's Rock ...

Omegathorp: Living City

Label: Y'All of New York, Inc.
Released: 2006
Track listing: Omegathorp: Living City Suite: Explore Coming Forth; Breath Textures; Done Chanting Forests; Done Woman. Kwama Okura; Improvisation.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

JD Parran & Mark Deutsch: Omegathorp: Living City

Read "Omegathorp: Living City" reviewed by Karl A.D. Evangelista

The spirit of the exotic weighs strongly on Omegathorp: Living City, the most recent collaboration between reedman J.D. Parran and stringman Mark Deutsch. It's no surprise: Parran was a crucial member of the Black Artists' Group--the seminal St. Louis artists collective and one of the first formal musicians' organizations to champion freely improvised black music--and Deutsch ...


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