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Charles Mingus said jazz was a word invented to separate musicians from their money. Music for a Free World brings us together, drawing listeners to the healing power of smooth free jazz. Each week, surprise guests bring their own sides to spin and their instruments of choice to spontaneously jam.
October 30, 2021: Kaleigh Wilder is an improviser and sound sculptor.
Speaking through the baritone saxophone, her music is born of her embodied experiences of joy, spirituality, childhood trauma, and being biracial—not white or black, but both. This duality can also be seen in her training. She is a trained classical musician but one who also studied jazz, free improvisation, and even went so far as West Africa to study Ghanaian music and dance.
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|Artist||Track||Album||Label||Comments||Approx. start time|
|Kaleigh Wilder: with Dave Hurley, Karen Tomalis||Hurley/Tomalis/Wilder Improvisation II||Live at Trixie's||https://kaleighwilder.bandcamp.com/track/hurley-tomalis-wilder-improvisation-ii||0:00:00 (Pop-up)|
|Kaleigh Wilder: with Dave Hurley, Karen Tomalis||Hurley/Tomalis/Wilder Improvisation I||Live at Trixie's||https://kaleighwilder.bandcamp.com/album/live-at-trixies||0:10:05 (Pop-up)|
|Kaleigh Wilder: with Dave Hurley, Karen Tomalis, & Tristan Cappel||Hurley/Tomalis/Wilder Improvisation II||Live at Trixie's||https://kaleighwilder.bandcamp.com/album/live-at-trixies||0:37:33 (Pop-up)|
|Kaleigh Wilder||Countd in Improvisation||unreleased||0:53:43 (Pop-up)|
|Kaleigh Wilder||Dyad||unreleased||1:18:26 (Pop-up)|
|Kaleigh Wilder||These Tears I Cry||unreleased||1:48:29 (Pop-up)|
|Pepper Adams||Bloos, Booze, Blues||The Cool Sound of Pepper Adams||Savoy||2:16:12 (Pop-up)|
|Anthony Braxton||RBHM(Opus23D)||New York, Fall 1974||Arista Records||2:48:01 (Pop-up)|