The Accessible Improv of Saxophonist Wally Shoup

Seattle Weekly | June 16, 2004
Genre names are a bitch. But Wally Shoup, the saxophonist whose 1981 LP Scree-Run Waltz was one of the first free-improv recordings to be independently produced in America, avoids naming his by referring to the maze of sounds as “this music.”

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