Gavin bryars with philip glass "jesus' blood never failed me yet" / "low" symphony


    I love jazz because it’s what sounds right. I was first exposed to jazz in my parents household and in school band hall. I appreciate many styles of jazz and shy away from really outside stuff. I enjoy relating to the listener. One of the best shows I ever attended was 1975 Chick Corea’s Return To Forever tour at an intimate venue in downtown Houston. The first jazz record I bought was Herbie Hancock’s Chameleon. My advice to new listeners is try several styles before you decide what jazz is all about! Listen to music daily and stay open minded!

    The first musical work for which he is remembered was his role as bassist in the trio Joseph Holbrooke , alongside guitarist Derek Bailey and drummer Tony Oxley . [2] The trio began by playing relatively traditional jazz before moving into free improvisation . However, Bryars became dissatisfied with this when he saw a young bassist (later revealed to be Johnny Dyani ) play in a manner which seemed to him to be artificial, and he became interested in composition instead.


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