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CD (Item 587455) Creative Sources (Portugal), 2011 — Condition: New Copy
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Srong work from Boris Hoff (tenor and soprano sax, sine tones and harmonium), Steven Hess (drums and electronics), Keefe Jackson (contrabass clarinet & tenor sax) and Juun (piano) – recorded at Chicago's Experimental Sound Studios in April of '10. Slow building atmosphere and tense interplay from exceptional players on the aptly named Creative Sources label. Includes 2 long pieces: "Public" (29+ minutes) and "Personal" (12+ minutes) and the shorter middle piece "Social" (nearly 6 minutes).  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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