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ARTISODE 1.8 | Barrett Martin | New Mexico PBS

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Uploaded on Dec 6, 2009

http://www.newmexico.org - Once a drummer from the 80s and 90s grunge scene playing with bands like The Screaming Trees, Mad Season, and REM, Barret moved on to become an ethnomusicologist, studying music with indigenous peoples from all over the world. He has created the group Tuatara with his own music taking a turn towards jazz. Barrett is also an ordained Zen priest in the Soto tradition and founder of the world music label, Fast Horse Recording. Spend a spontaneous, rhythmic moment with Barrett in this latest Artisode.

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