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William Parker, Jeff Schlanger, Roy Campbell, Bill Cole, Michael Wimberly, Joe McPhee, Bob Stewart, Zen Matsuura, Julius A Hemphill, Warren Smith, David Mott - CHILE NEW YORK AfghanIRAQ download free
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William Parker, Jeff Schlanger, Roy Campbell, Bill Cole, Michael Wimberly, Joe McPhee, Bob Stewart, Zen Matsuura, Julius A Hemphill, Warren Smith, David Mott - CHILE NEW YORK AfghanIRAQ download free

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CHILE NEW YORK AfghanIRAQ
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Free Improvisation, Interview
MP3 archive size:
1860 mb
FLAC archive size:
1644 mb
WMA archive size:
1711 mb
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4.1
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1 William Parker, Roy Campbell, Bill Cole, Michael Wimberly, Joe McPhee, Bob Stewart, Zen Matsuura*, Julius A Hemphill, Warren Smith, David Mott Chile New York AfghanIraq
Alto Saxophone, Flute – Julius A HemphillAlto Saxophone, Valve Trombone – Joe McPheeBaritone Saxophone – David MottBass, Flute – William ParkerDidgeridoo – Bill ColeDrums – Zen Matsuura*Percussion – Michael Wimberly, Warren SmithTrumpet, Flute – Roy CampbellTuba – Bob Stewart
34:00
2 Jeff Schlanger Speak In Clay, Interview By William Parker 28:00
3 William Parker Fire Of Compassion, Interview 30:00
4 William Parker Blue Victor, 3-Part Bass Solo 25:00

Credits

  • Directed By, Edited By, Cameraman – Michael Lucio Sternbach

Notes

This DVD is a visual-sonic connection of a Wall of 400 glazed ceramic "Faces" by sculptor Jeff Schlanger & live improvisations by William Parker & Roy Campbell with eight musicians in the vision of videographer Michael Lucio Sternbach.
  • CHILE•NEW YORK•AfghanIRAQ William Parker / Jeff SchlangerArticle by John Sharpe THE NEW YORK CITY JAZZ RECORD, June 2014, Page 41 Artist Jeff Schlanger is a familiar adjunct to avant jazz shows around New York City but, as made clear in CHILE•NEW YORK•AfghanIRAQ, that only constitutes one facet of his work. The main thrust of the DVD is a 34-minute documentary concerning the genesis and ongoing development of a sculptural piece titled “Faces”, which consists of an increasing assemblage of clay visages representing people affected by war, starvation and displacement. As told through interviews with Schlanger and bassist William Parker, the piece began as a response to the overthrow of the democratically elected government of Chile in 1973 with the connivance of the US government and the subsequent torture and death of the poet Victor Jara. Since then Schlanger has continued to add to the work in response to events in Iraq and Afghanistan. Schlanger states, “inspiration for living in the US for me comes from live improvised music by musicians who are committed to expressing the way it feels to be alive now.” And indeed the film includes several extracts from improvisations by a group comprising Parker, late trumpeter Roy Campbell, drummer Michael Wimberly and didgeridoo player Bill Cole as well as a solo Parker recital. Also included are the full interviews with Schlanger and Parker excerpted in the main film. This allows more explication of the connection between Schlanger’s art—both sculpture and his live drawings—and the music. Schlanger says, “all along there are musicians who have helped me understand what I’m trying to do.” Parker goes so far as to say that when Schlanger is drawing he is another member of the band. Later he described that when he plays he feels he is dipping into a constant wellspring of sound. That’s a feeling well illustrated by 23 minutes of solo bass, which allows for study of Parker’s techniques, including use of two bows and nimble two-handed manipulation on the fretboard...