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Album Review

The fluid, sudden note runs and quiescent melodies of Roy Campbell Jr.'s trumpet (Tazz Ensemble, Pyramid Trio) make for an unforgettable cachet to the opening 33-minute opus, "For the Glass Tear/After Evening's Orange." It is a complex and expansive trumpet fantasy supported reverently by Daniel Carter on saxophone. This outfit stands on a decade-and-a-half of existence. A melding, a deep sense of communication developed over that time is exemplified in "Tears for Boy Wonder (For Winton Marsalis)." Here, bassist extraordinaire William Parker (David S. Ware, William Parker's Little Huey Orchestra, etc.) introduces a plaintive conversation between his instrument and Campbell's. These half-dozen group improvisations are intelligent and moving examples of a stunning group vocabulary built on the kaleidoscope foundation of rhythm section Parker and drummer Rashid Bakr, the two first together in Cecil Taylor's outfit. Fascinating and richly woven, Now! is a classic mosaic of the current state of the N.Y.C. free jazz scene.


Genre: Jazz

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

Other Dimensions in Music first recorded in 1990 for the Swedish Silkheart label. The group played a wholly improvised music in a Cecil Taylor-derived vein; appropriate, since the band's rhythm section included Taylor-vets bassist William Parker and drummer Rashid Bakr. The band is especially notable as a vehicle for the little-recorded saxophonist Daniel Carter, a passionate and lyrical improviser who assiduously avoids taking leader credits on any of his musical ventures (it's been reported that...
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