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The Fat Babies: Solid Gassuh (Delmark)

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Kneebody: Anti-Hero (Motéma)

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Benny Green: Happiness! (Sunnyside)

When pianist Benny Green announces at the outset of this live recording that the Kuumbwa……Read More

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