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Brian Hughes: Fast Train to a Quiet Place

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It’s been eight years since Brian Hughes entered a recording studio to document his own music. He’s been busy, recording and touring with fellow Canadian Loreena McKennitt, and they’ve made some beautiful sounds together. His return, though, is welcome news for a small subset of contemporary jazz aficionados who build shrines to Pat Metheny’s two Brazilian-inspired CDs and pop-jazz gems from George Benson, Larry Carlton, Chris Standring and, lately, Ken Navarro.

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