Marty Ehrlich’s Rites Quartet: Frog Leg Logic Marty Ehrlich is a uniquely erudite, civilized outcat. Like outcats everywhere, he slashes and burns and lives on the edge. But his jagged abstractions and flaming trajectories take place within carefully organized forms. The opening title track, a crashing anthem, makes you think of Ornette Coleman’s quartets with Don Cherry. Ehrlich’s shrill, swooping alto saxophone … Read More “Marty Ehrlich’s Rites Quartet: Frog Leg Logic” To access this content, you must purchase JazzTimes Membership.