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Stanley Jason Zappa was a special guest at the 2008 edition of the Zappanale festival in Bad Doberan, Germany. Tenor saxophonist Stanley Jason Zappa is into experimental and free jazz. He has performed with Jacob Hall (bass) and Nick Skrowaczewski (vibes & drums) as the HSZ Trio, and he has done a session with Nick Skrowaczewski for WKCR radio. Together with Jeffrey Helwig (drums), Matthew Freed (bass) and Jacob Hall (bass), Stanley Jason Zappa is Sistemazione. They have recorded an album called "The Kings Of Dispassion", but it hasn't been released yet. Stanley Jason Zappa's blog: http://notmeaniftrue.blogspot.com/ The picture on the right was taken by Kilissa Cissoko at the Zappanale Festival at 2 a.m., late on Saturday night (or very early on Sunday morning): Stanley Jason Zappa and Elliott Levin got on stage for some high enerygy free jazz. November 2009, Stanley Jason Zappa, {{m: Sabir Mateen = 20866}} and {{Matt Lavelle}} recorded a session for WKCR radio

ARTICLE: GNOME NOTES

Stanley Jason Zappa's Epic Gig Trek

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During the second week of June, saxophonist Stanley Jason Zappa undertook a fairly demanding performance trek with two colleagues, saxophonist Catherine Sikora and percussionist Nick Skrowaczewski. It began in the Okanagan wine region of southwestern British Columbia and concluded at the Casse Tete Festival at the inland city of Prince George, around 500 miles ...

A Stanley Zappa Trio Tours British Columbia From June 11th To The 15th

A Stanley Zappa Trio Tours British Columbia From June 11th To The 15th

"A performance of contemporary improvised music in three unique settings with three emerging masters of the craft." Stanley Jason Zappa has put together a mini tour of remote inland communities in the vast province of British Columbia, Canada. Adventurous music undertakes a real adventure beginning on June 11th in Okanagan Wine Country and ending up in ...

NEWS: RECORDING

The Wrong Object Returns with "After the Exhibition" (MoonJune)

The Wrong Object Returns with "After the Exhibition" (MoonJune)

Belgian prog heavyweights The Wrong Object make a spectacular return to center stage, with a studio album of brilliant original compositions — and monumental significance! After a five-year absence, After The Exhibition showcases a variety of fresh, powerful material, masterfully delivered by a capable, cohesive new lineup. With their aesthetics still rooted in an array of ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Outpost 186 March Highlights: Jacob William

Outpost 186 March Highlights: Jacob William

Jacob William returns his Para Quintet to Outpost 186 on Saturday March 24th after an interlude of gigs in other dubious roosts. Now that he is once more in the cozier confines of the Outpost, free of the concerns attending tavern work, he'll shine at his usual level of dazzle with his astute and earnest compadres. ...

ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

Laurence Cook: Tragedies of Love

Read "Laurence Cook: Tragedies of Love" reviewed by Stanley Jason Zappa

Laurence CookTragedies of LoveBlaq Lghtn2011 It is hard to think of a time when tedium was as pervasive in music as it is today. If listening to music hasn't become a chore, it has become the sound track to doing chores--part of the torture of our jobs rather ...


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