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With all of the twists and turns of last season, what most surprised you about the storylines, both overall and with your character, specifically?BROWN: It’s gotta be the Sandstorm revelation about Jane’s family.
And then, over hiatus, I met with Martin and we went over the first half of the season. In that sense, I’ve just been a vessel, not necessarily wanting to input anything that I want to say about it. But aside from that, the words on the page speak for themselves. For the genre that we’re in, even though we’re trying to plant our own flag, it’s easy to get wrapped up in a case of the week. Sometimes we want to focus elsewhere because people are interested in more than that, frankly.
It’s a situation where, if you see it, it’s bad news. Do you think he’s relieved that Zapata stuck herself in this situation, so that he has somebody to go through it with, or do you think he’d rather be dealing with it alone? BROWN: We never know when those things will be answered, but we do like to share theories and spitball things back and forth.
BROWN: I don’t think enough time has elapsed to even process that, honestly. What it comes down to is that any one of us could be the mole. Have you thought about what the ramifications of that reveal could mean? We just show up to work, each day, and we basically find out once we get the script. In a lot of ways, we’re just like you, as fans of the show waiting to get the next script.
This one deliver royally, not least because Brown’s writing is so inventive and uncliched, proposing new relationships between old demarcations like ‘lead,’ ‘harmony,’ ‘rhythm section.’ – Brian Morton WNUR JAZZ "Picks of the Week" "In what is certain to be a career landmark recording for altoist Rob Brown, “Crown Trunk Root Funk,” the New Yorker leads a tight, driven ensemble, bold in both its sound and flexibility.
With years of experience playing as a sideman with bassist William Parker and the giants of the New York scene, Brown has now has established himself as a crucial vanguard voice, and this truth can be heard in Brown’s music here.
Especially with how things were left in the last episode, what can you say to tease where things go next for Reade?