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Mike Osborne: Dawn

Some musicians project a cocksure attitude with regard to their abilities, while others can be driven by a lack of confidence. For Mike Osborne, the latter proved to be his undoing. A fixture on the jazz scene in 1960s/70s England, his career was derailed by a combination of drug use and mental illness that exacerbated … Read More “Mike Osborne: Dawn”

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David Sanborn: Only Everything

Only Everything picks up where David Sanborn’s previous release, Here & Gone, left off-literally. From its opening track, Hank Crawford’s “The Peeper,” the album continues along the bluesy path of its predecessor, paying tribute to the Atlantic Records R&B era of Ray Charles and, especially, the recently departed Crawford, the alto saxophonist who got his … Read More “David Sanborn: Only Everything”

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