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Sachal Vasandani: We Move

silver-lined, but mostly light and imperturbably unencumbered. It sometimes drifts lazily (notably on a gentle, tender “There Are Such Things” and a soft-swinging “There’s a Small Hotel”), but is just as often propelled with gustier verve, as on Monk and Hendricks’ spirited “Monk’s Dream,” the pop-oriented “Heartbeat” and a thunderous, scat-lined “By the River St. Marie” worthy of Louis Prima.

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