Primary Instrument: Band/orchestra
Sound For the Organization of Society is a creative music ensemble founded in New Orleans in 2004. The group plays original music by all of its members, and presents works which equally balance composition and improvisation. The music draws from a variety of traditions and musical styles: jazz, classical, the avant-garde, and various ethnic musics. The unusual instrumentation of the band mirrors variety of its members, who hail from various cities across the U.S. and Europe and have wide-ranging backgrounds from classical composition and performance to rock and free jazz. These disparate styles and the unique instrumentation lead to a distinctive and intriguing group sound....
India and Africa
Tracks: India and Africa; Street Time; Your Babbling Drives Me Crazy; Interval Mechanic; Invisible Beats; For Octet; This is Not America!; Yumbo.
Ingo Deul: drums, cymbals
Kevin Dewan: drums, cymbals, drinking glasses
Phelan Gallagher: alto saxophone
Tom Garcia: soprano saxophone, baritone saxophone
Eric Klerks: double-bass
Andrew Oliver: piano
Sarah Phillips: keyboard
Joshua Titford: electric guitar
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