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Tyrone Washington: Do Right

Read "Do Right" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

The same way choice ingredients don't always guarantee a tasty stew, talented musicians and good intentions do not always make a great recording. Such is the case with Tyrone Washington's long-lost record Do Right. Tyrone Washington is known as a tenor saxophonist whose debut on wax was on Horace Silver's 1966 Blue Note recording The Jody Grind and who later recorded a single Blue Note album of his own, the excellent Natural Essence (1968). Recently, however, two other albums of ...


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