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Barry Greene: Sojourner

Read "Sojourner" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Guitarist Barry Greene, who teaches at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, unveils some formidable chops on Sojourner, on which he is ably accompanied by Bales, Hanley and Stombaugh in a program that concisely blends four of his engaging compositions (“Institutionalized,” “Sincerity,” “Sojourner,” “It Happened to Me”) with Jobim’s soft–spoken samba, “Triste,” Charlie Parker’s sunny “Yardbird Suite,” Miles Davis’ “Nardis,” Monk’s “Evidence” and a brace of enduring standards, “Without a Song” and “It Could Happen to You” (whose chord ...


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