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CD (Item 494259) Blue Note, 2000 — Condition: Used
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A killer batch of tracks from this young Swiss trumpeter – with a sound and style that recalls the best spacey jazz funk moments of the 70s! This is an all-instrumental US Blue Note release that combines the instrumental tracks from Truffaz's French Blue Note albums Bending New Corners and The Dawn, plus a few that appear to be instrumental remixes of tunes that originally contained a rapper. Truffaz is one of our favorite new talents – and he's got a sound that's a mix of Eddie Henderson and electric Miles Davis, and the records feature some excellent Fender Rhodes work backing him up. Titles include "The Dawn", "Bending New Corners", "Betty", "And", "The Mask", and "Arroyo". (Out of print.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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