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Confluence: Keith Pray

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In fluid dynamics, at the point of confluence, varying factors combine and evolve into unique, energized entities. Confluence here results in a significant breakthrough recording for this highly inventive saxophonist and crew.

Pray, a first-call fixture around New York’s Capital District music scene, steps out from note one to distinguish himself as a player of unique vision. If that weren’t enough to warrant this five-star effort, Pray’s compositional chops are superb, setting up vibrant platforms for the entire ensemble to generate excitement.

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