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Maurice Engler
It’s obvious that today many musicians, coming from different cultures, are meeting on stage or in the recording studio. The trombone player Roswell Rudd (born in 1935 in Sharon, Connecticut) is a part of those artists who always believed of being a nomad of the artistic creation.

Disciple of the prolific American ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax, then master of jazz improvisation since the early sixties – among others with Cecil Taylor, Albert Ayler or Archie Shepp - Roswell Rudd has started to blow in his horn over the records of the Malian griot Toumani Diabaté.

Something happened at this point. Kind of miraculous. Roswell Rudd cached de music of the kora player (African harp) and didn’t drop it until the producer Verna Gillis did a trip with him to Africa to record this record.



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