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CD (Item 628783) ECM (Germany), 2012 — Condition: Used
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Tenorist Joe Lovano makes a wonderful appearance here – really bringing in a lot of soulful depth to an otherwise mellow set from guitarist Jon Abercrombie – providing a perfect foil to the lead player's sense of tone and timing! Abercrombie's guitar feels like it's swinging a bit more than usual – just a bit, but in all the right ways – and it's darn hard to ignore the presence of Lovano, whose well-chosen notes burst brightly in these great little lines throughout. The rest of the group features Drew Gress on bass and Joey Baron on drums – and titles include "Where Are You", "Easy Reader", "Sometime Ago", "Interplay", "Wise One", "Nick Of Time", and "Blues Connotation". (Includes slipcase.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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