Totally Subversive: Moppa Elliott Releases His Most Ambitious Project Yet

In early 2003, Moppa Elliott made a career move that, by most any jazz standard, would’ve been considered tragically unhip. Then a fresh face on the New York City jazz scene, the bassist/composer took a full-time job as a high-school biology teacher on Long Island. He had recently graduated from Oberlin College in Ohio, where

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