Sohrab and Dr. Cornel West backstage @ the Apollo Theater in Harlem, May 21, 2016. Yessss…He met this gentleman backstage (he had a performance with MFM endorser and supporter Arturo O’Farrill‘s Afro Latin Orchestra). He gave me the time to introduce myself and him to the MFM movement. With all the many people around us he was focused, listened carefully and showed a lot of interest and respect to what I was saying. He gave me his tel number and asked me to call him and tell him more about MFM and myself. He liked #MakingMusisIsAProfession. and considers to advocate it. He’s also fine that I used a YouTube video clip of his in SoSaLa’s video ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, which isn’t published yet. Thanks Arturo who made this special encounter with Dr. Cornel West possible! Cool music brings cool people together. Right?
Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi, who was “a kind of a student” of jazz legend Ornette Coleman, remembered his mentor and friend Ornette late at night on the same day when he passed away, June 11, 2015.
Before midnight he went with his tenor saxophon to his spot at the tunnel of Riverside Park at West 72nd Street in NY. He started playing imagining Ornette around him who was guiding him through his improv. Performimg his version of Ornette’s Harmolodics.
He recorded this improvised music with his iPhone.
(Photo courtesy of Ornette Coleman website)
How to pre-order?
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For people in NY please pick up the t-shirt personally either from Sohrab or at his next SoSaLa show in NY which is @ Spectrum (121 Ludlow Street), January 31, 2013.
For people outside of NY, please discuss the transaction and shipping with Sohrab in person. Either email him or call him at 347-963-1448.
For people from New Orleans, Chicago, DC or other cities, can pick up their t-shirt when I play at his or her city in the near future.
In the near future I might start a mail order in this website. But at this time I feel like that I want to give the t-shirt to my fans in person. Because I want to keep a personal relationship with my fan base. I like to know whom I sell the t-shirt.
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About the T-SHIRT
T-shirt color: black
Ink color: white and grey
Design description: SoSaLa (left), my silver saxophon (middle) and Nu World Trash (right)
Sizes: S, L and XL
Limited edition: 200 pieces
T-Shirt type: GILDAN
Country of origin: New York
Discount possibility: YES