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Chuck Nessa, 11 January
Posted 11 January
Nothing else I can say now.
I'm really sorry Chuck. RIP
Posted 11 January
Sorry to hear this. R.I.P
Sorry for your loss, Chuck. It's hard to lose a friend.
Song To Make The Sun Come Up
So sorry to hear this news.
Very very sad news
Sorry for what must be a very difficult personal loss, Chuck
RIP as I make my way through the AEOC set, such great contributions
Sorry to hear this terrible news. R.I.P.
bye...rip....much love....hard to say it...bye
Alvin Fielder and Joseph Jarman in rapid succession... January, 2019, you're aren't doing much to impress me so far.
RIP (and sorry for your loss, Chuck).
Do folks have recommendations for Jarman recordings (leader or sideman) outside the AEoC?
Terrible news. Thanks for all the music.
Very sorry to hear this.
@Guy Berger try the Delmarks if you don't know them yet.
Very sad news, condolences to those on the board who knew him
On Monday I saw a quintet of UK musicians (including Alexander Hawkins of this parish) play a very intense and thought provoking version of 'Non-Cognitive Aspects Of The City'. I bought a copy of 'Song for' off the back of the experience. I've been thinking a lot about Mr Jarman this week, now this...
Very sad news - R.I.P.
Sorry to hear this, Chuck.
So sorry. I just finished working through the big ECM AEC box, which heightened my appreciation of him/them even more. Giants.
Thank you for the music + R.I.P ....
Very sorry to hear this, especially for Chuck and others who were friends or knew him in either a musical or personal capacity. The recent ECM box has sent me back to a lot of Art Ensemble of Chicago material in general and renewed my appreciation for Jarman's contributions in general. I'll break out the Delmark leader dates today and play some of them on the afternoon show next week.
huge loss. So sorry to hear of his passing.
Song For blew my collegiate mind when I first heard it.
Sorry to hear this, RIP. I will dig out the Nessa Art Ensemble 67-68 box this weekend.
Mr. Jarman made huge contributions to music which people are going to be dealing with for a long time to come and you helped this happen Chuck. Thanks to both of you.
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