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Frank Tate: Live in Belfast

Read "Live in Belfast" reviewed by Dave Nathan


P>With each album it issues, Germany's Nagel Heyer label further solidifies in the minds of jazz fans what is becoming known as the “Nagel Heyer" sound. The label is becoming a citadel of mainstream jazz played by some of the most accomplished players on today's scene, irrespective of domicile. Here the list is impressive. Joining bassist Frank Tate are Harry Allen with his big tenor sound, veteran piano icon, Dave McKenna, one of the more facile guitarists around, Howard Alden ...


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