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David S. Ware

David S. Ware
Born: Nov 7, 1949 in Plainfield, NJ
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Died: Oct 18, 2012 in New Brunswick, NJ
Genre: Jazz
Biography: The critical buzz aroused by David S. Ware's work with Andrew Cyrille and Cecil Taylor in the '70s had, by the late '90s, turned into a consonant roar. New York's collective jazz press -- always on the lookout for the music's next messiah -- crowned Ware the "King of Free Jazz" on the basis of his energetic ...Read full biography
Flight of I
Released: 1992
Label: DIW (Japan)
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This is the final recording of the David S. Ware Quartet with drummer Marc Edwards, who would be replaced by Whit Dickey, who would be replaced later by Susie Ibarra. What is most notable about Flight ...Read full review
Third Ear Recitation
Released: 1992
Label: DIW (Japan)
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This is one of David S. Ware's most notorious, yet well-developed and executed recordings. Following Flight Of I, Ware assembled his quartet -- Matthew Shipp, piano; William Parker, bass; Whit Dickey, ...Read full review
More David S. Ware albums: Main Albums (25)
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