Mostly Other People Do the Killing is a jazz quartet based in New York City including trumpeter Peter Evans, saxophonist Jon Irabagon, bassist Matthew "Moppa" Elliott, and drummer Kevin Shea. The group formed in 2003 and has released several albums on Elliott's Hot Cup label. Bandleader Moppa Elliott met Peter Evans while both were students at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music
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This Is Our Moosic is full of references to both old and new. "Biggertown" incorporates three rhythm changes-B, G and E-flat-that were the main keys used in John Coltrane's "Giant Steps. Fagundus" is a tribute to later Coltrane and is over the top, rife with raging trumpet (Peter Evans) and saxophone (Jon Irabagon) duets and solos that create a chaotic atmosphere within the loud, swinging tune. Elliott composed the songs on this CD loosely and with the group's abilities and skills in mind. Though he peppers the album with references to bebop and '60s avant-garde jazz, he encourages the quartet to experiment and disregard his notations as they see fit. Each player, Evans and Irabagon especially, experiments with the range of his instrument and makes This Is Our Moosic stand on its own as a free jazz CD with controversial things to say.
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A cheeky play on both Ornette Coleman's classic record This Is Our Music (Atlantic, 1960) and the name of a small town in Elliott's home state of Pennsylvania, This Is Our Moosic is the third studio album from bassist Moppa Elliott's terrorist bebop band Mostly Other People Do The Killing. Bolstered by a youthful visceral intensity, this album features the mercurial quartet's historically aware yet stylistically irreverent take on the jazz tradition . In fact, the Lord of Lincoln Center demanded the heads of all the members of the band Mostly Other People Do The Killing or MOPDTK. The PC police of the jazz canon could not allow these uprisings to gain popular acceptance.
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