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What’s New: September 2009

New music from pianists Ahmad Jamal & Keith Jarrett, a live recording from guitarist Kenny Burrell, and excerpts from jazz suites by Ted Nash and Frank Glover.

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The September “What’s New” edition of Afterglow features almost all instrumental pieces, including a moving duet of “I’m Gonna Laugh You Right Out of My Life” by pianist Keith Jarrett and bassist Charlie Haden, excerpts from jazz suites by two clarinetist/saxophonists (Ted Nash’s Portrait in Seven Shades and Frank Glover’s Abacus), and an exotica tribute from Waitiki 7 to composer Martin Denny.

Read reviews of Frank Glover’s extended work Abacus by Harvey Siders and Jay Harvey.

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