Milford Graves Full Mantis Spotlights the Free-Jazz Drummer's Wild Music and Theories
Born in 1941 in Queens, New York, Graves became one of avant-garde music's most out-there percussionists-and not just for his phenomenally inventive and nimble playing style. Directors Jake Meginsky and Neil Young take an aptly unconventional approach to their subject, scrambling Graves's chronology like the drummer discombobulates meter on his kit.
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