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The Beautiful

Label: AUM Fidelity
Released: 2005
Track listing: All Up In It; Frida K. The Beautiful; Trident; Spiraling Out; Pooch (for Wilber Morris); A Time To; Last Minute Trip Part One; Last Minute Trip Part Two; Poppa's Gin in the Chicken Feed; Robinia Pseudoacacia.

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Triptych Myth: The Beautiful

Read "The Beautiful" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk


With the formation of his Triptych Myth trio several years ago, Cooper-Moore announced his intention to return to the days of a working group, as opposed to the one-off meetings that dominate the jazz scene. He has also lamented the fact that his handmade string and percussion instruments have left him considered a novelty, rather than ...

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Triptych Myth: The Beautiful

Read "The Beautiful" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Abstract music tends to come in one of two varieties: either it's intensely intellectual, using complexity as a means to self-consciously explode stylistic boundaries; or it's a language of the soul, whose means of expression does not easily fit into preformatted norms, and therefore exploration inevitably represents a constant attempt to translate the full range of ...

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Triptych Myth: The Beautiful

Read "The Beautiful" reviewed by Michael McCaw


Cooper-Moore is his own man, and in a perfect world, more listeners would revere him. Best known for his association with William Parker's groups, Cooper-Moore is capable of creating music with whatever tools and means he has available at the time. Whether playing homemade original instruments such as the xylophone-like ashimba or more conventional ones like ...


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