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Tara Davidson: Code Breaking

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Code Breaking is actually Tara Davidson's second album, the first simply named the Tara Davidson Quartet (2005). Keyboardist David Braid, whose recent Zhen has gotten rave reviews, appears on both albums. Mike Murley, playing tenor sax only, has been very busy lately, appearing here and on Davidson's drummer Ernesto Cervini's debut album Here, plus Zhen and Mnemosyne's March, also with Braid. Thus, the Canadian circle continues to widen and cross-fertilize. Davidson demonstrates once again a side of the ineffable Canadian jazz presence which is very up, happy and optimistic without being cloying or simplistic. The music is ...



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