Sounds Like Work

Milson Tisdale

"Why do We Want Our Computers to Improvise?"

George E. Lewis is a legendary trombonist, improviser, composer, electronic musician, educator, and scholar who has been a member of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) since 1971. We will hear some of his work in preparation for a talk he will be giving on the UCD campus:

Monday, May 13th 2013

5:00-7:00 PM

Room 266, Everson Hall

UC Davis Campus

tune in!!

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Genre

Drone, Psych, Electronic, Experimental, Rock

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Thursday 5/09/2013 @ 8:00PM - 10:00PM
ArtistSongAlbumLabelComments
Mae Questel w/ Red Norvo The Broken Record
Pierre Henry Cataclysmes IV Apocalypse de Jean Mantra orig. 1968
Gracie Fields The Dicky Bird Hop V/A-Vintage Children's Favourites
Arthur Askey The Bee Song V/A-Vintage Children's Favourites
Klaus Filip/Toshimaru Nakamura/Andrea Neumann/Ivan Palacky M1 Crab Nebula (excerpt) Messier Objects Ftarri 2012
The Dells A Little Understanding Love is Blue
Airbreak
George E. Lewis Homage to Charles Parker (excerpt) Homage to Charles Parker Black Saint 1978 w/ Anthony Davis; Douglas Ewart; & Richard Teitelbaum
George E. Lewis & Douglas Ewart The Imaginary Suite: Charon/The Phoenix Jila - Save ! Mon. - The Imaginary Suite Black Saint 1978
interview excerpt with Barbara Golden and George E. Lewis
George E. Lewis and Roscoe Mitchell Voyager Duo 5 Voyager Jasrac orig.1993
interview excerpt with Barbara Golden and George E. Lewis
George E. Lewis and Anthony Braxton Duet 1 (excerpt) Donaueschingen (Duo) 1976 Hat Hut orig. 1976
Airbreak
Wolf Eyes Confession Of The Informer No Answer - Lower Floors De Stijl *new