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Proofreaders



Trevor Dunn’s band, Proofreaders, with Dunn (Mr. Bungle, Fantomas, John Zorn's Electric Masada) on upright bass, Darius Jones on saxophone, Nate Wooley on trumpet, and Ryan Sawyer on drums, play music of Ornette Coleman. A totally awesome and inspired reading of the great man's compositions.

Recorded live in concert at Outpost Artist Resources , the gallery and production center in Ridgewood, Queens on June 24, 2015 and presented as part of their Fire Over Heaven Music Series curated by Greg Fox.

PIeces played:
The Fifth of Beethoven
I Heard It Over The Radio
Folk Tale
Kathelin Gray
The Face of the Bass
Joy of a Toy
Sadness
 

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