The frenzied groove of a condensed
fanfare of four sax, spiced up by a frenetic New Orleans blower, is the new avatar of a now legendary formation.
Without a rhythm section, four of the best saxophonists
of creative jazz: this is the original and exciting formula
of the World Saxophone Quartet. Between free and funk, avant-garde
and tradition, Afro-American news and African memory, political anger and orchestral perfection, this group has dedicated three decades to defend and illustrate Great Black Music in all its dimensions. David Murray and Hammiet Bluiett associate this time James Carter and the Louisianan Kidd Jordan, invited as a full member of the ensemble he had sponsored at birth, and that he will finally be able to spice up with neo-orléanismes of which he has the secret.
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