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Saturday, October 14th

sounds of Chicago, Amsterdam, Vienna

Made to Break (Ken Vandermark, tenor saxophone, compositions; Tim Daisy, drums; Jasper Stadhouders, bass; Christof Kurzmann, electronics), live, Macedonia (Skopje), 2016

“Dial the Number”

 

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“Theme”

 

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lagniappe

reading table 

Offering
by W.S. Merwin (1927-)

Saturday morning and the trades
are back trading out of the east
offering their samples of cloud
each the only one of its kind
and each of them changing even
as it is offered only once
without a word except the one
sound of hushing to say that this
is all happening in secret
this unrepeatable present
only today for the lucky one

Thursday, August 10th

tonight in Chicago

He’s singing in Millenium Park.

Youssou N’Dour, “Lang,” live

 

*****

And they’re playing at Elastic.

Daniel Levin (cello) & Tim Daisy (drums), live, Bloomington, Ind., 2015

 

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lagniappe

reading table

The least misfortune can do to make up for itself is to be interesting.

—Michael Kinsley, Old Age: A Beginner’s Guide

Thursday, August 18th

tonight in Chicago

These guys will be playing at Elastic.

Dave Rempis (saxophones) & Tim Daisy (percussion), live, Copenhagen, 2014


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lagniappe

random sights

this morning, Chicago (Columbus Park)

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Tuesday, July 28th

tonight in Chicago

These guys are playing at Elastic Arts.

Vox Arcana (Tim Daisy, percussion; James Falzone, clarinet; Fred Lonberg-Holm, cello, guitar), live, South Carolina (West Columbia), 2012

 

Wednesday, March 25th

sounds of Chicago

Dave Rempis (tenor saxophone) & Tim Daisy (percussion), live, Chicago, 2013


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lagniappe

random thoughts

Sometimes it seems surprising that any of us survives even a single day in a world so sad.

Saturday, June 28th

tonight in Chicago

These guys are playing at Constellation, a performing-arts center on the northwest side.

Rempis Percussion Quartet (Dave Rempis, alto saxophone; Ingebrigt Haker-Flaten, bass; Frank Rosaly, drums; Tim Daisy, drums), live, Austria (Wels), 2013


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art beat

William Eggleston (1939-)

zenith-IV1

 

 

Thursday, February 27th

sounds of Chicago

Klang (James Falzone, clarinet; Jason Adasiewicz, vibraphone; Jason Roebke, bass; Tim Daisy, drums), live (studio performance), 2009


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lagniappe

art beat: the other day at the Art Institute of Chicago

Mark Rothko (1903-1970), Untitled (Purple, White, and Red), 1953

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This painting and I have been getting together, several times a year, for decades. Admittedly, our relationship is rather one-sided. But, if anything, its indifference to me only deepens my feelings for it.

Wednesday, August 28th

can’t wait: Chicago Jazz Festival, 8/29-9/1

The Engines (9/1; Dave Rempis, saxophones, Jeb Bishop, trombone; Kent Kessler [filling in for Nate McBride], bass; Tim Daisy, drums), live, Columbia, South Carolina, 2013

#1

#2

Wednesday, May 22nd

sounds of Chicago

Want to hear a great solo? You’ve come to the wrong place. This isn’t about solos; it’s about interplay.

The Rempis Percussion Quartet,* live, Chicago (Hideout), 2010

#1

#2

*Dave Rempis, saxophones; Ingebrigt Håker Flaten, bass; Tim Daisy, drums; Frank Rosaly, drums.

Thursday, 8/30/12

playing this weekend at the Chicago Jazz Festival

Matt Wilson’s Arts & Crafts* (Sunday, 3:30 p.m.)
“We See” (T. Monk), live, New York, 2011

(Paul Motian, this guy—drummers seem to have a particular feeling for Monk.)

*****

Steve Coleman and Five Elements** (Sunday, 7:10 p.m.)
Live, New York, 2010

*****

Ken Vandermark’s Made To Break Quartet*** (Sunday, 2:20 p.m.)
Live, Barcelona, 2011

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*MW, drums; Terell Stafford, trumpet; Gary Versace, piano; Martin Wind, bass.

**SC, alto saxophone; Jonathan Finlayson, trumpet; Tim Albright, trombone; Miles Okazaki, guitar; David Virelles, piano; Thomas Morgan, bass; Marcus Gilmore, drums.

***KV, reeds; Christof Kurzmann, electronics; Devin Hoff, bass; Tim Daisy, drums.

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