Henry Grimes: Event Schedule

From Henry Grimes:

Sunday, April 5th, ‘O9: Henry Grimes Presents Leo Lindberg!, Middle Collegiate Church, 2nd Ave. betw. 6th & 7th St’s, NYC, 6 p.m., 212-477-O666, free admission, donations requested, middlechurch.org/calendar (click on “Jazz on High” on the calendar date April 5th).

Wednesday, April 15th: Henry Grimes and Brandon Ross Present Leo Lindberg!, Issue Project Room, 232 Third St. (at 3rd Ave.), 3rd floor, Brooklyn, NY, 2 sets from 8:3O p.m., tickets $15, 718-33O-O313, issueprojectroom.org/events, directions issueprojectroom.org/contact, issueprojectroom.org/2009/03/23.

Sunday, April 26th: Deep Tones for Peace, an international Internet all-acoustic bass performance for peace in the Middle East, taking place simultaneously in Jerusalem and NYC and streamed worldwide, performed simultaneously by 16 bassists located in both cities: Thierry Barbe (France), Ora Boazsson (Israel), Mark Dresser (USA), Shayna Dulberger (USA), Trevor Dunn (USA), Ken Filiano (USA), Irina-Kalina Goudeva (Bulgaria/Denmark), Henry Grimes (USA), James Ilgenfritz (USA), J.C. Jones (Israel), Michael Klinghoffer (Israel), Chi Chi Nwanoku (UK), William Parker (USA), Barre Phillips (USA/France), David Phillips (USA), and Bertram Turetzky (USA), playing for live audiences in both cities simultaneously, to be streamed worldwide on the Internet in a 5- to 6-hour marathon event alternating solos, duos and ensemble pieces between both locations, beginning promptly at noon and going to around 6 p.m. in NYC at the Manhattan School of Music, 12O Claremont Ave. [1OO27], 212-749-28O2, deeptonesforpeace.org, msmnyc.edu/recording, , , with a simultaneous public Webcast viewing and presentation at CUE Art Foundation, 511 West 25th St., NYC, 212-2O6-3583, admission by donation, cueartfoundation.org/release, . Overall Deep Tones for Peace information: Sarah Weaver, , 734-277-269O; Mark Dresser, , 858-534-24O8. And finally, the revelation of a fascinating Deep Tone outer-space source: universe.nasa.gov/press …

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Bagatellen Reviews

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From Bagatellen:

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In his recent review of a Daniel Jones / David Papapostolou disc for Signal To Noise, Brian Marley refers to EAI as a “fading genre of improvised music.” It’s a curious quote, and for reasons that go beyond breakdowns of the troublesome necessity to assign labels. Statements such as this are faithful cause for […]

Joe Morris/Barre Phillips – Elm City Duets 2006 (Clean Feed)

This one is an incredible meeting between Joe Morris — here exclusively on acoustic guitar — and one of his musical heroes, contrabassist Barre Phillips. It had been a while since I’d heard anything from either musician, and this record is quite simply a beaut. It’s the kind of thing that actually restores my faith […]

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The Squid’s Ear Reviews

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From the Squid:

Fennesz – Black Sea
(Touch)
– Max Schaefer

Fred Anderson / Hamid Drake / “Kidd” Jordan / William Parker Fred Anderson / Hamid Drake / “Kidd” Jordan / William Parker – 2 Days in April
(Eremite)
– Paul Serralheiro

Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog – Party Intellectuals
(PI Recordings)
– Paul Serralheiro

Matthew Shipp (with Rob Brown and William Parker) Matthew Shipp (with Rob Brown and William Parker) – Magnetism
(Bleu Regard)
– Paul Serralheiro

Barre Phillips and Joelle Leandre Barre Phillips and Joelle Leandre – A L’improviste
(Kadima Collective Recordings)
– Paul Serralheiro

Acid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic Inferno Acid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic Inferno – Pink Lady Lemonade You’re From Outer Space
(Riot Season)
– Kurt Gottschalk

Acid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic Inferno Acid Mothers Temple & The Cosmic Inferno – Journey Into the Cosmic Inferno
(Very Friendly)
– Kurt Gottschalk

Marilyn Crispell and Louis Moholo-Moholo Marilyn Crispell and Louis Moholo-Moholo – Sibanye (we Are One): Duets
(Intakt)
– Lloyd Peterson

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