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Bob Szajner Triad II: Live at the Detroit Montreux Jazz Festival

Read "Live at the Detroit Montreux Jazz Festival" reviewed by Jay Deshpande

Like far too many others, Bob Szajner serves as a reminder of how much jazz has been forgotten or overlooked. A popular player on the Detroit scene intermittently over several decades, Szajner distilled a piano style that brought together the blues and the innovations of Bill Evans in a popular form. This feel is readily apparent on Live at the Detroit Montreux Jazz Festival 1981, recorded in the early days of what has since become a major stop on the ...


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