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All Killer and No Filler!

After multiple listening sessions, I highly recommend Fred Ho's 2011 album "Deadly She-Wolf Assassin at Armageddon & Momma's Song" -- all killer and no filler. On the same album, "Momma's Song," by Native American writer Christine Stark, is dedicated to "the 69 missing prostituted women from Vancouver's Eastside, many of whom were First Nation women." Fred commissioned Stark's poem and produced/arranged this utterly haunting song/poem, a heady tribute to Archie Shepp's 1969 song "Blasé."

Biography

Born: August 10, 1957 in Palo Alto, CA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Fred Ho's prodigious gifts as a jazz composer were equaled (and augmented) by his drive to effect social change. Ho's leftist leanings informed virtually every piece of music he wrote, often by means of clumsily written agitprop lyrics. The results could be humorous and/or moving, but were more often than not simply leaden. Ignore the heavy-handed preaching, however, and Ho was a sensitive and imaginative composer who learned the lessons of Duke Ellington and applied them to post-Coltrane jazz. Ho...
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