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Randy Johnston: Somewhere In The Night

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Influenced by Kenny Burrell, and with the experience of playing with numerous veterans (the likes of Etta James and Houston Person, who produced the project) under his belt, Johnston shows increased confidence and improvisational maturity on his fourth release for Highnote. Backed by pianist Uri Caine, bassist Nat Reeves, and drummer Mickey Roker, he grooves his way through a diverse set of standards and originals.

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