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Studio Album, released in 1994

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01.The Lion And The Wolff
05.You Don't Know What Love Is
06.Kozo's Waltz
09.Search For The New Land


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Line-up / Musicians

Grover Washington, Jr. (soprano saxophone);
Joe Lovano (tenor saxophone);
Eddie Henderson (trumpet);
Cedar Walton (piano);
Billy Higgins (drums).

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3 stars Eddie Henderson's tribute to one of his strong influence - trumpeter Lee Morgan. All the team is of highest quality,sound is pure acoustic, and compositions are played not too far from originals.

What means - excellent jazz band plays hard-bop and post-bop jazz and it sounds almost like it would be year 1965, not 1995. Very few soul elements added don't change the sound radically.

It's not easy to speak about such release there - even according to modern jazz standard (for 1994, year of release) such music should be tagged as vintage. For PA, pure acoustic post- bop is far from any relation with jazz fusion at all.

So - album obviously for jazz lovers only. But if you like such music - this release is really good!

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