FREE IMPROV MANIFESTO
Via Italy, 1921 by Daniel Barbiero
"This audacious call for the overthrow of convention and the liberation of musical genius through free improvisation wasn't written during the period of intense musical experimentation in the two or so decades immediately following World War II, but
instead is taken from this manifesto published in 1921."
Tribute to a guitar marvel by Wally Shoup
"When you combine heavy Delta blues with Bailey’s post-Webern abstractions, you have the Davey Williams' sound in a nutshell. It’s the embodiment of 'down home' and surreal at the same time. It moves in and out simultaneously, infused with Davey's
sly sense of humor and quick, freely associative mind."
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