A JAZZ NARRATIVE
Written and performed by Ian McCrorie
Devon Woods, saxophones
Hélène Knoerr, vocals & bass
Ed Stevens, guitar
Chris Smith, drums
Friday April 10, 2015
Tickets purchased in advance $12
Tickets purchased at the door $15
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Cool jazz and beat poetry epitomized the 1950’s coffee house scene in New York City. Jack Kerouac loved jazz but his instrument of choice was words. In his magnus opus, On The Road, Kerouac streamed words in a staccato rhythm that fused the narrative form with jazz. His writing emphasized the beat and rhythm of human expression. The Lords of Lao Tzu attempts to push this form through a five- part narrative capturing the language rhythms of urban youths living in the projects and straining it through the philosophy of Lao Tzu, author of the Tao Te Ching, who offered a message of meekness as the key to survival in troubled times.