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DOUGLAS EWART, WADADA LEO SMITH, JEFF PARKER, HAMID DRAKE
12th Guelph Jazz Festival
River Run Center
Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Sept 10, 2005


To tie in with the cover story on Wadada Leo Smith by Philip Cheah [Like Listening To The Wind], we are offering you a super download of a performance by Smith (trumpet, percussion); Douglas Ewart (woodwinds, percussion, words); Jeff Parker (guitar, percussion) and Hamid Drake (drums, frame drum, percussion) on Sept 10, 2005 in Canada that will take your breath away. This is an audience recording in excellent quality.

This is what writer Philip Cheah says in his review of Smith's Kabell Years box set: "If you hear a lot of free jazz, you will sense the tumult and the chaos. But in SmithÕs world, there is a clarity. The sounds are heard for their own sake. There is a space between each sound. Like listening to the wind."

As for Douglas Ewart, o n his website (http://www.bambooewart.net), Ewart is seen as a maker of brightly colored "rain sticks," man-tall "totem flutes," percussion instruments, and panpipes. Elsewhere he is known as a maker of leather goods and instrument harnesses, or as past president of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) and instructor in the AACM School of Music.

Click on the highlighted track to download the MP3 of Smith and friends at the River Run Center. As far as we can ascertain, this live recording has never been officially released.
This is a high quality, stereo MP3 - sample rate of 192 kibit/s.

This track will no longer be available for download.

 
Track 01 [Untitled] (61.5MB)

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