J. A. Deane

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J.A. Deane is a musician, performing sometimes on trombone, but more often on synthesizers and live, real-time sampler.[1]

Deane appeared on the pioneering 1985 live recording of Cobra by John Zorn. He has recorded with Jon Hassell, and has performed extensively with Butch Morris. Since 1997 he has led the Out of Context ensemble which further explores the language of conduction developed by Butch Morris. Out of Context has released CDs on the Zerx and High Mayhem record labels based out of Santa Fe, NM and continues to explore large ensemble improvisation.

Discography[edit]

With Jon Hassell

With Wayne Horvitz

With John Zorn

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chadbourne, Eugene. "Biography: J.A. Deane". Allmusic. Retrieved 1 August 2010.