Spiritual Revolutionary: The Musical Meander of Saxophonist Charles Lloyd

Dorothy Darr
Chicago Newcity | September 3, 2013
Charles Lloyd’s "Forest Flower" followed him to New York, a city he describes as jazz’s mecca in its heyday. It followed him to Europe and the U.S.S.R., an unheard of occurrence amid the Cold War. It insinuated itself into hippie culture, Lloyd counting the Grateful Dead, John Densmore and David Crosby as ardent disciples.

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