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9 thoughts on “ Daylight - MoonDoc - MoonDoc (CD, Album)

  1. The album helped Moondoc secure the band’s first European tour in October Moondoc and Parker were the only Muntu regulars on the trip. Violinist Billy Bang joined them from New York, and two different American drummers living in Europe—Anthony .
  2. Moondoc pulls out all the stops on this album; it's the most complete documentation of his instrumental prowess on record. From the sustained melodic invention of the title track, to the sound-color-texture manipulations of "Huey Sees a Rainbow" to the gut-wrenching interpretation of "Another Angel Goes Home," Parker's tribute to the late Denis Charles, Moondoc is at the top of his game.
  3. Moondoc is currently associated with the newly formed Relative Pitch Records, his newly released CD, Two , is an intriguing duo dialogue between Connie Crothers and Moondoc, “the program finds the two players engaging in an off-the-cuff improvisations – the takeaway from this intimate series of duets is that Crothers and Moondoc are.
  4. Muntu Recordings by Jemeel Moondoc, Roy Campbell, Mark Hennen, William Parker, Rashid Bakr, released 1. First Feeding Up 2. Flight (From The Yellow Dog) 3. Theme For Milford (Mr. Body & Soul) 4. The Evening Of The Blue Men, Part 3 (Double Expo) 5. Theme For Diane 6. Theme For Milford (Mr. Body and Soul) 7. Theme For Milford (Mr. Body and Soul)(continues) The digipack .
  5. Eremite Records MTE CD out of print The Moondoc trio is as catalyzing and deeply musical a group as any currently working in the so-called free jazz. A spectacular showcase of players in love with the aesthetic and spiritual adventure of high-level improvisation.
  6. Moondoc and his alto saxophone are accompanied by bassist John Voigt and percussionist Laurence Cook. The title track, which clocks in at a mighty , is where all the meat is. Here is where the listener gets to witness what the cult around Moondoc is all about.
  7. Not released until more than 20 years after it was recorded, this major find should not be missed. The sound quality of this studio release is surprisingly good, but more importantly Jemeel Moondoc and Denis Charles are in outstanding form, with the saxophonist wailing passionately for the length of the album and the drummer egging him on with characteristic panache.

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