Tag: John Zorn


“It is an incredible piece of music with Tapscott’s piano and Arthur Blythe’s saxophone raising the roof. Tapscott wouldn’t record again until 1978 when he began to release a score of LPs on independent labels. A song about rising consciousness in a state of political disenfranchisement – as necessary today 2020 as it was in 1969, if not more so”

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KRAMER – Song For Ewe

“‘TIL I DIE is a song that utterly slays me. It literally fillets me to the bone. I can’t even think about this song without weeping copiously. Upon hearing it, i am summarily transformed into a blubbering mound of mush. It takes just a few seconds. I can’t control it. I breathe that song in, and out come the tears.”

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