With Cooper-Moore, William Parker and Muhammad Ali.
Gerald Cleaver, William Parker and Craig Taborn.
Thirteen densely compact, wildly varied duets between piano and alto saxophone, crossing jazz, free improvisation and modern classical. Compelling, stunning; warmly recommended.
Firing Curtis interpretations, full of funk and soulfulness, grooving jazz fire, and good old-fashioned revolutionary politics, by this octet with Hamid Drake, Dave Burrell, Leena Conquest, Amiri Baraka.
Terrific — on the wing and really going for it, with William Parker and Warren Smith. ‘... time and space, which is a relative thing, on this record, the way in which I’m playing, time and space is collapsing.’
Wonderful, profound solos on saxello, stritch and tenor saxophone, recorded live at the end of 2009.
His first in six years — with Joe Morris, William Parker and Warren Smith; five new compositions and Antidromic revisited.