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Daniel Carter: Seraphic Light [Live At Tufts University]

Read "Seraphic Light [Live At Tufts University]" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala

Questa registrazione scaturisce da un incontro organizzato nel 2017 dalla Tufts University di Medford, Massachusetts, a pochi chilometri da Boston. Sotto il titolo “Art, Race and Politics in America" si presentava il concerto con Daniel Carter, Matthew Shipp, William Parker e una discussione sul ruolo degli artisti neri innovativi in America, oggi. Cosa si possa intendere ...

Seraphic Light [Live At Tufts University]

Label: AUM Fidelity
Released: 2018
Track listing: Seraphic Light Part I; Seraphic Light Part II; Seraphic Light Part III.

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Daniel Carter / William Parker / Matthew Shipp: Seraphic Light [Live At Tufts University]

Read "Seraphic Light [Live At Tufts University]" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Do you remember the film The Thomas Crowne Affair? The original--not the 1999 remake--starred Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway, and contained the 1968 Academy Award-winning song “Windmills of Your Mind" by Dusty Springfield. I bring that up because this live performance by Daniel Carter, William Parker, and Matthew Shipp brings to mind the lyrics: “Like a ...


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