Dave Sewelson – Music for a Free World (Mahakala)

You could call Dave Sewelson’s new Music for a Free World old-school avant-garde. That is, unlike the more detailed strategies of player-composers such as Henry Threadgill, Vijay Iyer and Mary Halvorson, the baritone saxophonist and his cohorts just rear back and blow. Indeed, the music here is described as “completely improvised.” Working without a chording

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