Wednesday, January 17, 2007

From Do the Math: There is a very interesting article about drummer David King: "But then King’s covers aren’t about defining a musical style or attaching himself to a genre. They are about acknowledging music that informs his own. King is known throughout the jazz world for his improvisational skills, which draw from a dizzying repertoire that includes everything from bebop to nineties pop. For King, there’s no bourgeois or high-brow music, no elite school of rock, no exclusive church of jazz. King is about sound and making good music, not about making good jazz, good rock, or good electronica, though he makes all three."

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