Vision Club Presents Joe Morris Trio w/ Louis Belogenis and Rashid Bakr - 8pm Charles Gayle Trio, 10pm


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The Vision Club
October 30, 2004
13 Stanton St. btwn Bowery & Christie

Vision Club Presents
Joe Morris Trio w/ Louis Belogenis and Rashid Bakr - 8pm
Charles Gayle Trio, 10pm
$10 per set or $15 for the night

8pm - Morris/Belogenis/Bakr
Joe Morris - Guitar

“One of the most profound improvisors at work in the U.S." Will Montgomery, THE WIRE
“If Ornette Coleman were Jim Hall, he would be Joe Morris." Gary Giddins, VV
“. . . a guitarist whose sound is completely his own, oscillating between deadpan sweetness and dangerous, shrapnel-like caprice." K. Leander Williams, VV Louis Belogenis - Tenor & Soprano saxophone
“Louis Belogenis (tenor, soprano saxophone) has recorded extensively with drummer Rashied Ali including Prima Materia's “Peace of Earth: The Music of John Coltrane" and the duet session “Rings of Saturn" and is a member of experimental rock band God is My Co-Pilot. His discipleship to John Coltrane and Alber Ayler continues to prevail in performances, most recently with Sunny Murray, William Parker, and Mr. Bungle's Trevor Dunn. Slought Foundation

Rashid Bakr - Drums
“Among the best avant~garde drummers, a timekeeper whose pulse is so subtle, supple and steady that he makes expressionism sound positively swinging." T.O.N.Y.

10pm - Charles Gayle Trio
Charles Gayle - Tenor Saxophone
“There is no player on the scene today with the emotional wallop of Charles Gayle" Robert Spencer, All About Jazz

Hill Greene - Bass
“(Greene) has reinvented the bass as a solo instrument." James Forte, Wildflower Publishers Lou Grassi- Drums
“Grassi is a one man percussive powerhouse able to pound out elemental cadences or just as agilely sculpt complex polyrhythms for his partners to play atop." Derek Taylor, All About Jazz

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