Celebrated avant-jazz poet Steve Dalachinsky assembles more than thirty years of writing journals from his trips to Paris in Where Night and Day Become One. His contemplative experimental verse reflects the City of Light in boulevard rain puddles rippling with the sounds of gallery improvisation, is haunted by his ancient graveyard wanderings. In his subconscious musings, he repeats words and phrases, pulling at and twisting them as he considers the legacy of hundreds of years of expatriate art and his own unresolved past left behind in New York. With praise from Clark Coolidge, this is a career embracing retrospective that decisively stakes a claim for Dalachinsky's greatness.
|Publisher:||great weather for MEDIA, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.48(d)|
About the Author
Dalachinsky's audio CDs include "The Fallout of Dreams" with Dave Liebman and Richie Beirach and "ec(H)o-system" with the French art-rock group, The Snobs.