MP3 Jim Cohn - Antenna
Spoken word jazz improvisation
4 MP3 Songs in this album (56:33) !
Related styles: JAZZ: Crossover Jazz, SPOKEN WORD: Poetry
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Jim began his recording career in The Abolitionists, a North Bay Area collective that featured his long-time musical collaborator Mooka Rennick and guitarist Steve Kimock. Together, they made a now cult classic: The Road (Rudy''s Steakhouse, 1995). Inspired by the classic improvisational vocal performances of Jack Kerouac on the 1959 Steve Allen Plymouth Show , Jim then established himself as a powerful spoken word performing artist in his own right with the release of five recordings: The Road (Rudy''s Steakhouse, 1995), Walking Thru Hell Gazing At Flowers (Rudy''s Steakhouse, 1996), Unspoken Words (MusEx Records, 1998), Antenna (MusEx Records, 1999), Emergency Juke Joint (MusEx Records, 2002), Trashtalking Country (MusEx Records, 2006), Homage (MusEx Records, 2007) and Impermanence (MusEx Records, 2008), a compilation double cd set. Combining an inimitable mix of American roots music & original spoken word, Jim''s recordings air on radio stations in-the-know.