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Tomeka Reid - Hairy Who & The Chicago Imagists album cover

Tomeka ReidHairy Who & The Chicago Imagists

Label:Corbett vs. Dempsey – CvsD CD017
Format:
CD, Album, Stereo
Country:US
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Genre:Jazz, Stage & Screen
Style:Avant-garde Jazz, Soundtrack

Tracklist

1Imagist Theme3:03
2Hairy Shoes (Ed Paschke)2:49
3Tin Eared Tenor (Karl Wirsum)1:58
4The Enterprize Encounterized By The Spydar People (Gladys Nilsson)1:48
5Morbid Sunshine By A Miner Artist (Jim Falconer)1:14
63-D Do (Barbara Rossi)2:48
7Jizz And Jazz (Ray Yoshida)1:30
8Imagist Theme (Reprise)0:54
9Glass Light2:07
10Palm Tree Lampshade (Suellen Rocca)1:29
11Bridged (Christina Ramberg)2:49
12Snooper Trooper (Jim Nutt)1:32
13Buttermilk Sky (Roger Brown)1:11
14Zero Dead Hero (Ed Flood)2:46
15The Design And The Dilemma (Art Green)1:18
16O, Number I (Don Baum)0:59
17Double Take (Sarah Canright)3:10
18Dappled Pleasure Dress (Philip Hanson)0:48
19Imagist Theme (Revised)3:12
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Recorded May 2013, April - May 2014


"Chicago-based cellist and composer Tomeka Reid, a mainstay on the Windy City scene and an important contemporary member of the A.A.C.M., was commissioned to create original music for the first documentary to chronicle the Imagists, Chicago's hometown post-surrealists who exhibited together starting in the mid-1960s. Reid composed theme music for the film and made a wide range of multi-track improvisations based on moods, creating a tableau from which the film drew as it unwound the artists' circuitous tale. For the CD, Reid returned to the studio to make new versions of some of the tracks and to transform the extant material into a fully realized suite of music. It retains a sense of light-heartedness and depth, whimsy and melancholy, adding voice and percussion to her indelible cello."-John Corbett

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