It seems that Steve Lacy and Evan Parker brought the art of soprano
saxophone playing to the ultimate heights. What else can be achieved in
terms of concept, sound or virtuosity? Apparently, they have not said the
last word. Here is a daring young man with a vision who is trying to push
the boundaries of multiphonics even further. Of course, as his predecessors,
he uses circular breathing, but on top of that his breathing and voice become musical devices.
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