Re: Mark Sanders
That's some damn good playing I have to say I love how developes his idea becoming more and more and intense, really answering to Brotzmann's playing, then drops it then explores into a similar idea, brings it back up then totally lets go for the bass solo, like you said - but unfortunately I'm no expert on free jazz and that was my amateur take on it.
Can you give me some recommended listening? I'm really interested in getting into some of this stuff.
I'm trying to get some of Coltrane's more free stuff (I ordered Sun Ship a while back which isn't quite free but is menna be when he's going in that direction, plus its with the classic quartet - should be getting it soon), but I want to hear some true free jazz...
"You can play a shoestring if your sincere." - John Coltrane