by The Po-Jazz Ensemble
The Vermont project founded by poet and musician Tony Whedon.
format: 2-compact disc set
Last Days by the Po-Jazz Ensemble
This is a 2-disc set. The Vermont project founded by poet and musician Tony Whedon. Recorded live with a torrid jazz octet that includes Steve Blair (guitar), Marina Back (violin), Tom Cleary (keyboards), Lar Duggan (piano), Dominique Gagne (flute), Dan Silverman (trombone), Tony Whedon (trombone), and Alex Wolston (trombone). Featuring poets Marina Back, David Budbill, David Cavanagh, Tom Cote, J.C. Ellefson, Clyde Stats, Dominque Gagne, Grace Albert-Gardner, Geof Hewitt, Neil Shepard, and Tony Whedon.
Tony Whedon’s trombone can also be heard regularly with the Barry Ries / Tony Whedon Quintet, has also published poems and essays in Harper’s, Agni, American Poetry Review, Iowa Review, Prairie Schooner, Ploughshares, Salmagundi, Shenandoah, Sewanee Review, and elsewhere. He has published scores of essays on the literature, art, and music of the developing world, including Haiti, Ecuador, and Shanghai. His essay collection A Language Dark Enoughwon the 2002 Midlist Press award for creative nonfiction. His new book of essays Drunk in the Woods and the poetry collectionThings to Pray To in Vermont are forthcoming from Midlist Press.
|Dimensions||9 x 6 x .5 in|