Bebop Spoken There
Louis Hayes: "What we [Louis Hayes-Woody Shaw Quintet] play is not old-fashioned. Brahms and Beethoven are not old-fashioned, and we're a lot younger than them!." - (Crescendo, October 1976).
Chris Potter: “I was a better alto player, but I thought I might have something more original to say on tenor.” – (Down Beat December 2014).
Today Sunday December 21
Friday, June 10, 2011
The Impossible Gentlemen @ The Sage, Gateshead
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