Del Dako's saxophone improvisations matched his bold approach to life
The definition of jazz, legendary saxophonist Wayne Shorter said in a recent interview, is "I dare you." Few musicians lived that truth more fully than Del Dako, a Toronto horn player whose headlong improvisations in music matched his bold approach to life - one that often took him well beyond the comfort zone of normal bourgeois existence.
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#1 Feb 24, 2013
Too bad the aids caught up to him :(
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