Rosenberg / Baker / Hatwich / Daisy
Scott Rosenberg, called "one of the best creative saxophonists in America" by the All Music Guide, returns to Chicago to join forces with three of the city's most visible improvisers for the eighth entry in 482's Document Chicago series. New Folk, New Blues features Rosenberg, 20-year scene vet Jim Baker (Caffeine, Steam, Dave Rempis Quartet), relative newcomer Anton Hatwich (Dave Rempis Percussion Quartet, Nick Broste Quintet), and Document Chicago series mainstay Tim Daisy (Triage, Vandermark 5, Rapid Croche) blending their acclaimed individual talents into a synergy of diverse collective improvisation.
New Folk, New Blues
Scott Rosenberg returns to Chicago to join forces with three of the city's most visible improvisers.
"Exhiliarating stuff out of Chicago..." -KZSU Zookeeper
"as intense and enjoyable a free jazz album as you’re likely to hear this year." - Paris Transatlantic
"Scott Rosenberg is one of those young explorers who is willing to take risks, while maintaining a clear-sighted sense of artistic integrity." — Jazz Review.com
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