New Day Jazz

Justin Desmangles


Returning to New Day Jazz this afternoon in the 5 o'clock hour, Frank B. Wilderson, Jr., author of Incognegro: A Memoir of Exile and Apartheid, winner of the American Book Award 2008, as well as Red, White & Black: Cinema and the Structure of U.S. Antagonisms. Later this same week, Thursday, March 19, Mr. Wilderson will be on the campus of the University of California, Davis, delivering a talk on Black Liberation and the Paradox of Political Engagement. This talk, co-presented by Black Student Union (BSU), Critical Anti-Colonial Studies, Faces of African Muslims (FAM), and Islamic Third World Coalition, is free and open to the public, 5 p.m., Andrews Conference Room (Room #2203 Social Science & Humanities Building). 
 
 
 
 

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Sunday 3/15/2015 @ 3:00PM - 6:00PM
ArtistSongAlbumLabelComments
Matthew Shipp Trio Take the A Train To Duke RogueArt
William Parker Orchestra Take the A Train / Ebony Interlude Essence of Ellington: Live in Milano Centering Records
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Jack DeJohnette Chant Made in Chicago ECM
Jack DeJohnette Jack 5 Made in Chicago ECM
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Roscoe Mitchell (Eclipse Quartet) 9/9/99 with Cards Not Yet Mutable
Roscoe Mitchell (Petr Kotik, conductor) Nonaah (for Chamber Orchestra) Not Yet Mutable
Farmers By Nature Castle #2 Love and Ghosts AUM-Fidelity
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Darius Jones & Matthew Shipp Gardens of Yivaroth The Darkseid Recital AUM-Fidelity
Matthew Shipp Trio Tone Poem for Duke To Duke RogueArt
Jack DeJohnette Leave Don't Go Away (excerpt) Made in Chicago ECM
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Jack DeJohnette Ten Minutes Made in Chicago ECM
Interview with Frank B. Wilderson, Jr. by Justin Desmangles Interview with Frank B. Wilderson, Jr. by Justin Desmangles Interview with Frank B. Wilderson, Jr. by Justin Desmangles Interview with Frank B. Wilderson, Jr. by Justin Desmangles
Matthew Shipp Trio Root of Things Root of Things Relative Pitch