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Jorg Brinkmann Trio: Ha!

Read "Ha!" reviewed by John Kelman


Uncommon instruments in jazz have become, well, more common. Instruments normally considered exotic are finding their way into music that's often distanced from their conventional comfort zones. Uncommon groupings are also becoming more commonplace, with traditional rhythm sections by no means obsolete, but no longer essential. Jörg Brinkmann isn't the first cellist to operate in the jazz sphere--the instrument possesses a lengthy history with the music, dating as far back as Fred Katz in the '50s. But, teaming up with ...


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