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Tenor Of The Times...Jazz & Political Discourse 2004

Tenor Of The Times...Jazz & Political Discourse 2004 by Dennis Mitcheltree
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Dennis Mitcheltree

Label: dennismitcheltree.com
Released: 2006
Duration: 01:11:00
Views: 1,774

Track Listing

Go Cheney Yourself Mix; Touch Screen Tango; Ijtihad(or Abu Ghraib Dance Party); Limbaugh Rush(or How Liberals, Drug Abuse and Divorce Are the Ruin Of Our Great Nation); Dean Scream; Halliburton Holler; Spiderhole Stomp; Go Cheney Yourself Jam; Swift Boat Twist; Dean Scream Mix


Personnel

Dennis Mitcheltree
saxophone, tenor
Jesse Crawford
bass, acoustic

Album Description

The Dennis Mitcheltree Trio performs a musical study of political discourse from 2004 with audience participation. This live recording from the River Music Concert Series in New York City features the Dennis Mitchel3 performing all original straight ahead, rap/hip hop and free jazz in it's premier concert. https://dennismitcheltree.bandcamp.com/album/tenor-of-the-times-jazz-political-discourse-2004 “The members of this trio have reached a level of shared musical empathy that means they're tighter than tight…the group as a whole demonstrates its uncommon ability to give the music some air, making for a sound that, while still in keeping with many major aspects of the tradition, indicates just how deep their own identity is.” Nic Jone, All About Jazz


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