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LMO stands for Liberation Music Orchestra (jazz ensemble)

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Whyman's alto scythes its way out of Andy Grappy's tuba lines at the opening, the group momentarily suggesting the Liberation Music Orchestra on The Thieving Magpie, and the 18 minute L'Amoroso E Sincero Lindoro (from The Barber of Seville) moves from piano meditations to languorous brass themes and on to Whyman's tantalising squeals and interrogations.
CHARLIE HADEN: ``Not in Our Name'' (Verve) - Three stars Haden has been leading his jazz-classical-folk hybrid Liberation Music Orchestra since 1969, when political activism and protest music were fashionable (and, just as today, labeled as ``unpatriotic'' by the sitting Republican president).
The keyboard strings also let this disc downJazz DVD of the week Carla Bley -Live In Montreal (Universal 980 676-6) The trickle of jazz DVDs is slowly beginning to swell, and this is just one of a batch, featuring Charlie Haden and the Liberation Music Orchestra, Dizzy Gillespie and Tito Puente among others.
Four stars - Bob Strauss Charlie Haden/``Nocturne'' (Verve) Haden is no stranger to Cuban music, having explored the genre years ago with his Liberation Music Orchestra.
Album title-track Fear Is the Mother of Violence began as a loose improv jostle that swelled to a mix of long brass sounds reminiscent of Charlie Haden's Liberation Music Orchestra.
HHHH CHARLIE HADEN/EGBERTO GISMONTI In Montreal (ECM): Back in 1989 the Montreal Jazz Festival dedicated a whole week of concerts to the bass player Charlie Haden, playing in a variety of contexts, ranging from piano trios with Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Paul Bley, a band with Joe Henderson, another with Pat Metheny and Jack DeJohnette, and one which reformed his project The Liberation Music Orchestra.