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On 8/19/2020 at 10:10 PM, JoeWhip said:

And one the jazz scribes overlook. I had the honor to see him live in NY in the 90’s. He never lost a step.

Agree. I also saw him live in the 90s. A truly memorable experience.

 

Didn’t know this album yet will check it out.

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Another great performance - and decent quality recording - from Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. The lyrics and the monologues are a bit ham-fisted (the music is certainly the more sophisticated part of this show), but still it tells a difficult message that bears repeating, and wraps it up in an appealing musical/dramatic package.90DC9216-6B52-4EF7-8BA5-617CF3FC9D2C.thumb.jpeg.43202812a40daf3b116da49094d11bee.jpeg

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3 hours ago, jiminlogansquare said:

Another great performance - and decent quality recording - from Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. The lyrics and the monologues are a bit ham-fisted (the music is certainly the more sophisticated part of this show), but still it tells a difficult message that bears repeating, and wraps it up in an appealing musical/dramatic package.90DC9216-6B52-4EF7-8BA5-617CF3FC9D2C.thumb.jpeg.43202812a40daf3b116da49094d11bee.jpeg

 

Thanks for mentioning.

 

I have to say that the cover art freaks me out though...

Everything matters... when brewing coffee.

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