BoxDeserter - TwoRevolutions

by BoxDeserter, Thollem McDonas

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Recorded live in Detroit at the Bohemian National Home, the performance captured a semi-structured improvisation of seven musical participants and a short interwoven recitation about Portuguese colonization of Africa and the eventual uprising centuries later. The lineup came together spontaneously and results in many combinations of timbre, seamless transitions, abundant ideas, and virtuosic interaction. This is a sonic story of violence, oppression, and rebellion. There's a plethora of characters that rattle in and out, drawing inspiration from Igor Stravinsky, Charles Mingus and Pauline Oliveros meet. This is one of several albums that will be released from Thollem's 'FourKneesOfTheTurtleTour' this past fall; a 15 week 65 concert solo journey around the continental U.S.

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released January 28, 2008

Brad Duncan - Lecture
Hasan Abdur-Razzaq - Reeds
Michael Carey - Reeds
Marko Novachcoff - Reeds
Joel Peterson - Double Bass
Kurt Prisbe - Drums
Steven Baker - Laotian Mouth Organ
Thollem Mcdonas - Piano, Conduction

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Edgetone Records San Francisco, California

Edgetone Records was founded by musician/producer, Rent Romus. The label took shape in 1991 to support his group’s original jazz recordings. After being on a long hiatus Rent re-opened Edgetone in January 2000 and expanded it to support new music crossing the genre boundaries specifically for D.I.Y. (do it yourself) artists looking for a ground base and community label identity. ... more

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