Marcus Strickland and the Sum of All Parts

To saxophonist and composer Marcus Strickland, the terms and descriptions that most people use to differentiate between musical styles are obstacles to creativity that deserve to be swept into history’s dustbin. “I’m no longer really thinking in terms of genres,” he says. “I think genres are obsolete, actually. A lot of people try to have…
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