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Vincent Herring: The Days of Wine and Roses

Since 1990, saxophonist Vincent Herring has received rave reviews for his recordings as leader-praise for his good tone, sharp bluesy sound, and his burgeoning expertise as a bop stylist.

On Days of Wine and Roses, Herring’s fifth MusicMasters album, he slows down to ponder nine dreamy standards, including “Body and Soul,” “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes,” “Come Rain or Come Shine,” and the title tune (recorded the week composer Henry Mancini died).

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