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CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Al Grey: Matzoh and Grits

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“Exactly My Sentiments" is a good start to this new release by Al Grey’s group. Randolph Noel on piano wrote the tune and he does shine on it. Most musicians do their best on tunes they write; this tune is no exception. Joe Cohn gives a spirited performance on this tune and “A Day in the Life of a Fool." Everyone gets a chance to show their stuff on “Jumpin’ With Symphony Sid," especially Cleve Guyton on alto after an ...