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Steve Grossman: Bouncing With Mr. A. T.

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Tonal metamorphosis is a sure sign of the successful aging process of the good jazz player. If you’ve been around a minute you might recall Steve Grossman breaking into this music as a raw rookie with Miles Davis’ late ’60s-early ’70s electronic melange. At that time he was quaffing feverishly from the cup of John Coltrane, on both tenor and soprano sax.

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