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Mulgrew Miller and Wingspan: The Sequel

Read "The Sequel" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Mulgrew Miller, one of the best-known and busiest pianists in Jazz, goes back to his roots on The Sequel, which reunites him with Wingspan, the quintet he formed more than fifteen years ago, for his first recording as a leader in seven years (during which time he appeared as a sideman on more than two hundred ...

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Mulgrew Miller and Wingspan: The Sequel

Read "The Sequel" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Perhaps the most underrated pianist playing?

Mulgrew Miller has always been a hidden treasure. He has recorded as a sideman much more than as a leader and in both cases done so at the top of his form. Considered part of the “lost generation" of jazz musicians who came of age between Miles Davis? second great ...

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Mulgrew Miller and Wingspan: The Sequel

Read "The Sequel" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

As prolific he is as a sideman, pianist Mulgrew Miller’s own catalog as a leader is rather scant, making the release of The Sequel all that more welcome. As a bit of clarification, it should be noted that the reprise the album’s title suggests refers to Wingspan, the name of Miller’s ensemble and his 1987 Landmark ...