|1||You Let Me Into Your Life||13:17|
|3||Revolt Of The Negro Lawn Jockeys||15:22|
Recorded 25 May, 2000 at the Visions Festival, New Age Cabaret.
Mixed in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia.
Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockeys. Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockeys is an album by American jazz saxophonist Jemeel Moondoc, which was recorded live at the 2000 Vision Festival and released on the Eremite label. It was a reunion with vibraphonist Khan Jamal, who recorded with Moondoc before on the album Konstanze's Delight. The quintet also features Nathan Breedlove on trumpet, John Voigt on bass and Codaryl Moffett on drums. Using a quintet in which vibes substitute for piano, Moondoc builds on the innovations of the classic Ornette Coleman small groups, taking them incrementally to the next level. A sense of melody always underlines Moondoc's most radical excursions. His wailing alto is a perfect foil for trumpeter Nathan Breedlove's chopped, ragged phrases. Jemeel Moondoc is one player who has long been mining this area. Since arriving in the Big Apple in 1972, the saxophonist has created music that was far less brutal and brutal than the sounds coming from more prominent players in both Europe and the States. Unfortunately the economics of the improvised prevented him from doing as much recording as he probably should have for much of his career. That is the Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockey. Track Listing. moon mode you let me into your life revolt of the negro lawn jockeys encore. Buy the album for . Songs start at cheapestTrackPrice. our bid for moondoc's finest ever small-group recording. revolt of the negro lawn jockeys shows a musician capable of drawing together the post-bop lineage that includes jackie mclean & charles mingus, & the free jazzenergy music tradition of ornette coleman & cecil taylor into one grand, swinging synthesis. it is clear that for Moondoc, one does not exclude the other. jazztimes critics picks, top five cds 2001 wire magazine, 50 records of 2001, all categories wire magazine, 15 records of 2001, jazz cadence magazine reviewers choices, top ten records 2001 coda magazine writers choice top ten recordings 2001. Mode 15:46 Let Me into Your Life 13:17 of the Negro Lawn Jockeys 15:22 3:00. Alto Saxophone, Composed By Jemeel Moondoc Bass John Voigt Drums Codaryl Moffet Trumpet Nathan Breedlove Vibraphone Khan Jamal. About this release. Eremite Records MTE028US. Revolt Of The Negro Lawn Jockeys by Jemeel Moondoc 2001 From the album Revolt Of The Negro Lawn Jockeys track 3. Revolt Of The Negro Lawn Jockeys 4 tracks. Previous track 2 This track 3 Next track 4 You Let Me Into Your LifeRevolt Of The Negro Lawn JockeysEncore. Discover more upcoming concerts. Listen to Revolt Of The Negro Lawn Jockeys on YouTube. Loading content from YouTube. Your feedback for Revolt Of The Negro Lawn Jockeys. Listen free to Jemeel Moondoc Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockeys Moon Mode, You Let Me Into Your Life and more. 4 tracks 47:28. Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockeys and Spirit House each capture Moondocs two main projects, his quintet and his Jus Grew Orchestra, respectively. Part of the reason that Moondoc isnt widely recognized is that he doesnt have many recordings-and the few he does have rarely show his true prowess. Jemeel Moondoc chronology. Spirit House 2001. Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockeys 2001. New World Pygmies vol