Joseph Jarman, a longtime member of the Art Ensemble of Chicago, and the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, and one of the founding fathers of improvisational jazz, got together for this date with three leading lights of the San Francisco-based Asian improv scene. The event proved to be a meeting between like minds: it is a moving example of how musical and political sensibilities can merge.
CD-1040(1) JOSEPH JARMAN AND FRIENDS AT THE 1996 ASIAN AMERICAN JAZZ FESTIVAL IN SAN FRANCISCO. Pachinko Dream Track 10, with Joseph Jarman, flute, Francis Wong, saxophone/flute, Glen Horiuchi, piano/shamisen and Elliot Humberto Kavee, percussion. Four compositions: Another Space (B) (Jarman/Horiuchi/Wong/Kavee), Dew Drop (Horiuchi), Waters (Wong), and Pachinko Dream Track 10 (Jarman). (DDD) Total time: 56:40. UPC # 0-17685-10402-2