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Ted Nash: The Creep

The Creep is saxophonist Ted Nash’s foray into free jazz. The instrumentation is the same as Ornette Coleman’s groundbreaking quartet of 1959: alto, trumpet (Ron Horton), bass (Paul Sikivie) and drums (Ulysses Owens Jr.). But, as you would expect, the result is a more polished, orderly exposition of free jazz. If you’re a musician, you … Read More “Ted Nash: The Creep”

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