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Winter & Winter Conclude Four-Year Reissue Project

It’s the end of an era, in a way. The last nine re-releases of Jazz Music Today’s (JMT) original 81-volume catalogue, which contains recordings by name-brand musicians such as Cassandra Wilson and Paul Motian, are almost complete, as Winter & Winter drops the final three albums on Oct. 13.

Three of the nine were already released on Aug. 8: Marc Johnson’s Right Brain Patrol’s Magic Labyrinth and Tim Berne’s Bloodcount’s Lowlife and Poisoned Minds. Sept. 13 will see Tethered Moon’s (Masabumi Kikuchi, Gary Peacock and Paul Motian) Play Kurt Weill, Uri Caine’s Toys and Django Bates’ Winter Truce and, finally, Gary Thomas’ Overkill, Paul Motian Trio’s Live at the Village Vanguard and Tim Berne’s Bloodcount’s Memory Select conclude the reissues on Oct. 13.

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