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People of the Ninth: New Orleans and the Hurricane 2005

Label: Flying Note Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Levees, Lies & Lives; Rising Winds; Right of Return; What Once Was; Whales' Advice; Rescue Denied; Professor Jordan's Favorite Horse; Mr. October; Concentration Dome; Diaspora/Oil & Water; The Dynamite Question; Solace (Transcendance IV).

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Kali Z. Fasteau / Kidd Jordan: People of the Ninth: New Orleans and the Hurricane 2005

Read "People of the Ninth: New Orleans and the Hurricane 2005" reviewed by Budd Kopman


In the waning days of September, 2005, the entire U.S. population watched as hurricane Katrina developed into a monster storm and seemed to take aim directly for New Orleans. Just at the last moment, the storm swerved a bit and weakened, allowing people to think that, once again, the bullet had been dodged. ...

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Kali Z. Fasteau/Kidd Jordan: People of the Ninth: New Orleans and the Hurricane 2005

Read "People of the Ninth: New Orleans and the Hurricane 2005" reviewed by AAJ Staff


One of the great benefits of obscurity is the celebration of discovery. Throughout his career, saxophonist/teacher Kidd Jordan has been respected and hired by peers including Cecil Taylor, Ornette Coleman and Ellis Marsalis, but only since the late '90s has the septuagenarian begun to garner prolific recording opportunities and jazz festival invites. Multi-instrumentalist ...


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