Other Dimensions In Music

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This article is about the free jazz group. For the group's eponymous album, see Other Dimensions In Music (album).

Other Dimensions In Music is a free jazz group founded in the 1980s.[1][2]

The group is a collective quartet composed of trumpeter Roy Campbell, multi-instrumentalist Daniel Carter, bassist William Parker and drummer Rashid Bakr. Campbell, Parker and Bakr began working together as members of Jemeel Moondoc‘s group Muntu. Other Dimensions In Music came into existence when Carter joined them in 1981.[3] Their third album, Time is of the Essence is Beyond Time is a live collaboration with pianist Matthew Shipp. On their next recording, Live at the Sunset, drummer Hamid Drake replaces Bakr. Kaiso Stories finds the quartet backing vocalist Fay Victor.

The group's music is entirely improvised, but is generally more melodic than some listeners expect from free jazz.

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  1. ^ Sharpe, John. "Other Dimensions in Music at the JVC Jazz Festival in Paris, Oct. 19-20". All About Jazz. Retrieved 2008-07-27. 
  2. ^ Allmusic
  3. ^ Live at the Sunset Original Liner Notes by Roy Campbell

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