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    Ted Joans (July 4, – April 25, ) was a poet, visual artist, and trumpet player. He was a Surrealist who was also associated with the Beat Generation. But, Ted was a true original, and his work defies categorization. Ted’s artistic work was heavily influenced by jazz rhythms. A former roommate of Charlie Parker’s, [ ].
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    Dec 23,  · God Is In The House: Five Sacred-Jazz Recordings: A Blog Supreme What was once called "the music of the devil" became, mere decades later, the setting to several liturgical or traditional.
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    Jazz Is My Religion on sinsnabirlalitisyrepbeferbankra.coinfo Find trailers, reviews, and all info for Jazz Is My Religion by Gerard Wessel.
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    Oct 28,  · The most popular and well read jazz poem of his is “Jazz is My Religion.” In this brief excerpt, devotion to a pure, non-commercial jazz is seen as a form of piety, the purity of the commitment matching the purity of the art, a common feeling among many jazz .
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    Jazz Is My Religion () Plot. Showing all 1 items Jump to: Summaries (1) Summaries. This Documentary provides an inside view into the life of up-tempo Poet, writer, drug-abuser and Jazz DJ Jules Deelder. The film takes us from jazz-festival to jazz-festival. There he plays his impressive and rare collections of records, mostly for himself.
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    Theodore "Ted" Joans was an American jazz poet, surrealist, trumpeter, and painter. His work stands at the intersection of several avant-garde streams and some have seen in it a precursor to the orality of the spoken-word movement. However he criticized the competitive aspect of "slam" poetry. Joans is known for his motto: "Jazz is my religion, and Surrealism is my point of view".
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    Mar 14,  · Jazz was my religion. Billie Holiday, Lester Young, and Charlie Parker were my gods. Only they and others like them could move me to tears of joy or of pathos. Jazz was the only thing which held any deep meaning for me and for that reason it felt, in a sense, sacred.
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    Ted Joans: Jazz Was His Religion. THEODORE JONES, alias TED JOANS JAZZ POET, MUSICIAN, PAINTER and CARTOONIST. 4th July – 25th April Jazz is my religion and Surrealism is my point of view written by Ted Joans resumes him well, but we shall see that these are not his only artistic sinsnabirlalitisyrepbeferbankra.coinfog away two months before his 75th birthday Ted Joans had lived several lives.