We've started a Kickstarter link for Giuseppi and our new project with him.
You'll see new video of him playing I shot in the studio (I have more):
Remember I rocked the jazz world filming GL in Tompkins playing Begin the Beguine. People had bought his 2 records in the 60's before he self destructed and thought he was dead.
and than I found this clip from a documentary 1966 Tompkins GL with is son. I was able to reunited them. He hadn't see his Dad pretty much after this filming and Jaee is my age so it was a reunion to be remembered and may be a film one day. Jaee lives on the W. Coast.
If your vinyl collection leans towards instrumental jazz, check out
this link to pre-order a limited edition recording of The Giuseppi
Logan Project, a new album from a rising avant garde jazz player of the
sixties who was lost to the music world for over 30 years. A
contemporary of Ayler and Coltrane, Logan, is perhaps best known for
his 1964 ESP release, The Giuseppi Logan Quartet which features Logan
on tenor and alto sax, Pakistani oboe, clarinet, and flute, backed with
a piano-bass-drums trio featuring drummer Milford Graves, pianist Don
Pullen and bassist Eddie Gomez. The 1964 release is labeled one of the
most uncompromisingly "out" free jazz records of its time in the review
at AllMusic. The new Giuseppi Logan Project recording will be a
limited edition 180 gram vinyl release featuring bassist Larry Roland,
ace jazz pianist Cooper Moore and the unique electric violin of Tracy