by carl wilson

Harmolodic Hotline


If you're in Toronto and haven't checked the September calendar lately, there are plenty of updates, a ridiculous amount going on.

One in particular to point out: The great James Blood Ulmer, one of Ornette Coleman's most important 1970s collaborators and in the 1980s a figure bridging no-wave, Black Rock Coalition, blues, free jazz, is appearing at Lula Lounge on Sept. 30. The announcement:

"James Blood Ulmer - MY ID Project
Legendary jazz and blues guitarist Ulmer will appear as part of MY ID Project on September 30 along with Aubrey Dayle and Ron Jackson. Ulmer is renowned for his distinct combination of free style jazz with bottom-bumping funk and gut-bucket blues. Ulmer has recorded with Ornette Coleman, Rashied Ali, David Murray and Oliver Lake. His performance at Lula Lounge with celebrated percussionist Aubrey Dayle and guitarist Ron Jackson will be his first appearance in Toronto in 8 years."

Live Notes | Posted by zoilus on Tuesday, September 07 at 2:22 PM | Linking Posts | Comments (1)



cool, I have never seen Blood-Ulmer live. See you there!!

I have been listening to captain that the right name?


Posted by tim posgate on September 9, 2004 9:15 PM




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