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Jayne Cortez - Everywhere Drums album download

Jayne Cortez - Everywhere Drums album download

Jayne Cortez
Everywhere Drums
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Truth rings out in 11 tracks with avant-funk backdrop. Excellent recent album for Cortez.

Everywhere Drums is a eclectic fusion music album recording by JAYNE CORTEZ released in 1990 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. JAYNE CORTEZ - Everywhere Drums. Filed under Eclectic Fusion By JAYNE CORTEZ. 1 Adupe 6:40 2 Maybe 2:27 3 Drying Spit Blues 1:58 4 What's Happening 3:34 5 Make Ifa 4:30 6 Stockpiling 4:30 7 Firespitters 4:56 8 Everybody Wants To Be Somebody 2:44 9 Push Back The Catastrophes 3:19 10 Nelson Mandela Is Coming 2 4:02 11 Everywhere Drums 9:00.

from "Everywhere Drums" album by Jayne Cortez. All data is sourced from freedb.

Jayne Cortez (May 10, 1934 – December 28, 2012) was an African-American poet, activist, small press publisher and spoken-word performance artist whose voice is celebrated for its political, surrealistic and dynamic innovations in lyricism and visceral sound. Her writing is part of the canon of the Black Arts Movement. She was married to jazz saxophonist Ornette Coleman (1954–64), and their son is jazz drummer Denardo Coleman

Jayne Cortez is one of a long line of women poets who chose the medium of jazz as a background for their work.

Jayne Cortez obituary. Poet whose incantatory performances could be militant, lyrical and surreal. In 1954, she married the avant-garde saxophonist Ornette Coleman (a track on his first album is entitled Jayne). Their son, Denardo, was born in 1956; as a child he began drumming with his father and he later collaborated with both parents in their separate careers. They divorced in 1964. Cortez was a founder and artistic director of the community-based Watts repertory theatre company. She subsequently settled in New York and set up Bola Press, the independent imprint which published most of her works. Her first book, Pissstained Stairs and the Monkey Man's Wares, was published in 1969; her subsequent publications included Festivals and Funerals (1971), Scarifications (1973), Mouth on Paper (1977), Firespitter (1977), Coagulations (1984), Poetic Magnetic (1991) and Fragments (1994).