Mark de Clive-Lowe Celebrates The Music Of Pharoah Sanders On New Album

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Mark de Clive-Lowe’s Freedom-Celebrating The Music Of Pharoah Sanders is out now. The producer/musician and his friends vocalist Dwight Trible, saxophonist Theodross Avery, percussionist Carlos Nino, bass/sousaphone player Corbin Jones and drummer Tommaso Cappellato recorded the album at the now-closed Blue Whale jazz club in Los Angeles. Their tribute to Sanders captures the essence of the saxophonist’s spiritual journey in song. Sanders’s immersion in free jazz during the ’60s was influenced by his time in John Coltrane’s band and he also inspired Coltrane. Sanders’s interest in chanting and Islam contributed to his singular sound. Mark de Clive-Lowe and the band bring Sanders’s compositions back into view using their 21st-century voices. The project is available as a two-album or two-CD package and the usual streaming platforms. The group will perform the music live on July 16th at 2220 Arts in Los Angeles. Tickets are on sale now. They will also have a limited supply of vinyl albums on sale that night.