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Claire Daly: Heaven Help Us All

Baritone saxophonist Claire Daly’s Heaven Help Us All (Daly Bread) is a laid-back blowing date, conceptually run-of-the-mill except for the odd inclusion of a “human beat box” on a couple of tracks. While the album’s ambition is modest, it does have its rewards. Daly is a light-toned player, at her best on medium to medium-up tempo swingers like “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” and “My Blue Heaven” and the gospel-ish title track.

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