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Southwest Jazz Orchestra: Live at the Albuquerque Museum

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It's not often that a writer has a chance to compare a prior opinion to an actual recording that ensued from a concert at which he was present. I was duly impressed by the Santa Fe-based Southwest Jazz Orchestra's performance last July 1 at the Albuquerque Museum of Art, and equally so by the ensemble's inaugural CD, nicely recorded that evening by Art Welter. In other words, the concert, as a whole, was as admirable as I'd remembered.

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