Microgroove : forays into other music / John Corbett.

Corbett, John, 1963-
Durham : Duke University Press, 2015.
xxi, 468 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm

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Avant-garde (Music).
Music -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Music -- 21st century -- History and criticism.
Improvisation (Music).
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Joe Harriott and Bernie McGann: flying without Ornette
Michael Hurley: Jocko's lament
Mayo Thompson: genre of one
John Stevens: unpopular populists
Peter Brötzmann Tentet: freeways
Steve Lacy: sojourner saxophone
David Grubbs: postcards from the edge
Voice Crack: from nothing to everything
Milford Graves: pulseology
Out of nowhere: Deleuze, Gräwe, Cadence
Carla Bley and steve Swallow: feeding quarters to the nonstop mental jukebox
Misha Mengelberg: no simple calculations for life
Misha Mengelberg and Han Bennink: natural inbuilt contrapuncto
Form follows faction?: ethnicity and creative music
Anthony Braxton: ism vs. is
Anthony Braxton: Bildungsmusik thoughts on composition 171
Paul Lovens: Lo our Lo
Clark Coolidge: the improvised line
Nathaniel Mackey: steep incumbencies
Sun Ra: from the Windy City to the omniverse: Chicago life as a street priest of D.I.Y. jazz
Fred Anderson: the house that Fred built
Sun Ra: queer voice
Jaap Blonk: uncommon tongue
PJ Harvey: mother's tongue
Aural sex: the female orgasm in popular sound (coauthored with Terri Kapsalis)
Liz Phair and Lou Barlow: on music, sex, TV, and beyond
Liz Phair and Kim Gordon: exile in Galville?
Koko Taylor: the blue queen cooks
Brion Gysin and Steve Lacy: nothing is true, everything is permuted
Ornette Coleman: doing is believing
Roscoe Mitchell: citizen of sound
Fred Anderson and Von Freeman: tenacity
George Lewis: interactive imagination
Mats Gustafsson: mg at half-c
Ken Vandermark: six dispatches from the memory bank
Ken Vandermark and Joe McPhee: mutual admiration society
Peter Brötzmann and Evan Parker: bring something to the table
Oncology of the record album
Discaholic or vinyl freak? Mats Gustafsson interrogates John Corbett
Enthusiasms: a spontaneous listening session
A very visual kind of music: the cartoon soundtrack beyond the screen
R.L. Burnside and Jon Spencer: fattening frogs for snake drive
Before and after punk: the comp as teaching tool
Raymond scott: cradle of electronica
Peter Brötzmann: graphic equalizer
Albert Oehlen: bionic painting
Albert Oehlen: mangy a conversation and a playlist
Christopher Wool: impropositions? improvisation, dub painting
Christopher Wool: into the woods- six meditations on the interdisciplinary
Sun Ra: an Afro-space-jazz imaginary- the printed record of El Saturn
Helmut Lachenmann: Hellhörig, or the intricacies of perceptiveness
Guillermo Gregorio: Madi music
Experimental Oriental: new music and other others
Afterword: a concise history of music
Grooving on: selected listening.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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