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Donal Fox: Gone City

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I’m not even sure Donal Fox would agree to his inclusion in a jazz magazine; however, due to his prior duet collaborations with David Murray and Oliver Lake, this sphere is as good a place as any for his work. More in the vein of contemporary chamber music, Fox’s original music is addressed by a series of duo and trio performances, none of which include a “conventional” jazz rhythm section-there are no drums on the date, for example.

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