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Max Roach on Clifford Brown's EmArcy Recordings

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Because of Roach's brilliant technique and a penchant for taking extended, virtuosic solos, it's easy to lose sight of the variegated nature of his drumming, including saying a lot with only a few strokes; offering unobtrusive support to a soloist at low dynamic levels...

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