Alibi V.18 No.40 • Oct 1-7, 2009 

Jazzed

David Binney

Painting new sounds on a moving canvas

The back and one inside panel of alto saxophonist David Binney’s latest recording, Third Occasion, are adorned with an artfully arranged collection of Binney photographs taken at a wide variety of places and times. Sweeping landscapes, eccentrically cropped portraits, still lifes—each reveals a painterly sensibility, with a sure sense of line, color and form. Taken as a whole, each collection offers an engagingly episodic journey through a life rich in experience, undertaken with an open, visceral connection to the mysteries and delights of being.

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Flyer on the Wall

Shake Your Face!

Shoulder Voices (Albuquerque), Mark Mallman (Jupiter?) and Monarch Box (Austin) teach advanced facial aerobics on Monday, Oct. 5, at Burt’s Tiki Lounge (21+, free, 313 Gold SW). (Laura Marrich)

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Image by Mumpi Kuenster

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Let the Tuning Commence!

Kiefer Sutherland • country, rock, singer-songwriter

Besides starring as the ultra-creepy Dr. Daniel Schrebe in 1998's Dark City—a role for which he will undoubtedly be remembered for his perplexingly halting delivery—Kiefer Sutherland is also an up-and-coming musician, having chosen the gritty genre of Americana as the next world to conquer and hold helpless in a starless miasma of doomed sleep. Just kidding. Dude's second album as a country rocker, Reckless & Me, has garnered both the attention of folks over in Nashville and a host of radio listeners as well. Sutherland's first record, Down in a Hole, was critically acclaimed and the new effort is riding high on singles like “Open Road” and “Something You Love.” Sutherland performs his oeuvre

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