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John McNeil & Mike Fahie: Plainsong (Destiny)

How deep can two brass players’ collaboration run? And how much of that depth can they fit onto one album? With Plainsong, a postbop compendium and their first recording together, trumpeter John McNeil and trombonist Mike Fahie mean to find out. And on both counts, the answer is “an impressive amount.” The contributions of their … Read More “John McNeil & Mike Fahie: Plainsong (Destiny)”

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Hush Point: Blues and Reds

Hailing as it does from within the notably exploratory Brooklyn scene, an album as appealingly old-school as Hush Point’s Blues and Reds is an unexpected surprise. Substitute a baritone saxophone for Jeremy Udden’s alto, and this sophomore effort from the pianoless quartet could almost be mistaken for a lost recording from the classic Gerry Mulligan/Chet … Read More “Hush Point: Blues and Reds”

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