Positive Knowledge | Invisible Wisdom

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Avant Garde: Free Improvisation Jazz: Modern Free Jazz Moods: Type: Improvisational
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Invisible Wisdom

by Positive Knowledge

Positive Knowledge is the Oakland, CA based free jazz and spoke word ensemble.
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. Invisible Wisdom, Up Listen
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2. After Absence
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3. Joy Happiness
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4. Vision Me
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5. BA-DA-De
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6. Toning The Tone/SUMOTWE
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7. Robert Turner
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8. Iya IIu Spirit
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9. Make Me Ready. Abba Beauty
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This recording captures the kinetic energy of a live performance at the 2005 Vision Festival in New York City. The Vision Festival is critically acclaimed worldwide as a signature musical showcase of eclectic, non-compromising avant-garde jazz and creative music.

This performance features an all-star ensemble led by Positive Knowledge’s co-founders Igeoma and Oluyemi Thomas who are joined for this set by the legendary Edward "Kidd" Jordan on tenor saxophone, Chicago-based bass player Harrison Bankhead, and New York drummer Michael Wimberly who also plays the Djembe and contributes percussion throughout.


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