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Enrico Pieranunzi: Permutation

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Many jazz musicians continuously reinvent themselves, and it creates challenges for their fans. Think Miles Davis. Every time he created a new style he built a new fan base. And every time he moved on, they felt abandoned.

Enrico Pieranunzi has a new trio with a world-class bassist, Scott Colley, and the most talented jazz drummer of his generation, Antonio Sanchez. Based on the band’s new album, Permutation, it is instantly one of the strongest piano trios in jazz. But those of us who loved Pieranunzi’s previous trio now mourn its passing.

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