David Bond, Dewey Redman & Modular Dynamics | The Wiggle... Picasso Dancing With Satie

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The Wiggle... Picasso Dancing With Satie

by David Bond, Dewey Redman & Modular Dynamics

MODULAR DYNAMICS- Individual motifs, lines, and ideas existing as independent modules developing dynamically with each other to create free and evolving permutations. Many artists explore these David Bond,Dewey Redman, Ornette Coleman,Grateful Dead, Phish
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. The Wiggle
David Bond & Modular Dynamics
9:23 FREE
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2. Silent Interlude
David Bond & Modular Dynamics
0:10 FREE
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3. Lullaby
David Bond & Modular Dynamics
7:18 FREE
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4. Picasso Dancing With Satie
David Bond & Modular Dynamics
8:02 FREE
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5. Soft Fury
David Bond & Modular Dynamics
10:21 $0.99
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6. Deweys Beat
Dewey Redman & Modular Dynamics
11:25 FREE
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7. Key of Life
Dewey Redman & Modular Dynamics
18:27 FREE
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MODULAR DYNAMICS-
Individual motifs, lines, and ideas existing as independent modules developing dynamically with each other to create free and evolving permutations. The permutations become polytonal, polyphonic, and polyrhythmic evolving into a larger module of independence and interdependence co-existing in an all inclusive sound field which shifts through improvised cylces that are impermanent. Visually this has been represented by Paul Klee's "Twittering Machine".
Many artist explore these....David Bond, Dewey Redman, Sun Ra, Grateful Dead, Phish, Ornette Coleman, Frank Zappa, Anthony Braxton, etc.

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