Originally posted on April 28, 2008
There is something intriguing about John Zorn. His music combines all kinds of styles at any given time: Jewish, free improv, death metal, downtown, jazz, thrash, world, you name it. As his CDs on Tzadik attest, Zorn collates and reworks all kinds of amalgams in his own special way.
The Masada group concept has been his staple over the last decade and he always peoples it with strong players. To celebrate Masada’s tenth anniversary, Zorn has created a series of special CDs. One of them, The Unknown Masada, looks at some previously unrecorded Zorn pieces and has an ever shifting lineup of styles and densities. It is quite an experience to hear.
Thursday, December 10, 2009
The Unknown Masada from John Zorn
Posted by Grego Applegate Edwards at 7:11 AM
Labels: jazz composers, john zorn, modern jazz
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment