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Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy

Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy

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Art Ensemble's Lester Bowie: Rubber-Legged Populist of the Avant-Garde

Interview by Don Snowden, L.A. Weekly, 12 April 1984

THE ART Ensemble of Chicago — Lester Bowie (trumpet), Joseph Jarman and Roscoe Mitchell (reeds), Malachi Favors Maghostut (bass) and Famoudou Don Moye (percussion) — ...

Lester Bowie: Miles Davis Meets Donald Duck

Interview by Sean O'Hagan, New Musical Express, 1 November 1986

LESTER BOWIE'S white lab coat and mischievous trumpet have fronted The Art Ensemble Of Chicago's ironic jazz, From The Roots To The Source's revivalist gospel ...

Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy: Town And Country Club, London

Live Review by Cath Carroll, New Musical Express, 8 November 1986

SOMETHING REMARKABLE would surely happen at this hallowed electric tabernacle. You could sense the impending presence of a, ahem, 'jazz' legend — his shadow leant ...

Manfred Eicher: Elegant, Crystalline, Mysterious or Enervated, Chilly, Morose?

Interview by Richard Cook, The Wire, January 1988

In this rare interview, Europe's leading label boss explains exactly what ECM stands for. ...

see also Art Ensemble of Chicago


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