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Bobby Previte: The Coalition of the Willing

Read "The Coalition of the Willing" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

A good 80% of the music reviewed at All About Jazz is “instrumental": that is, it has no singing or human voices. It's almost superfluous to say so, of course: have you ever read a review that said “'St. Thomas,' like all the other cuts on Sonny Rollins' Saxophone Colossus, is an instrumental offering ?

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Bobby Previte: The Coalition of the Willing

Read "The Coalition of the Willing" reviewed by Donald Elfman

Bobby Previte's musical evolution has been most fascinating. The records he's made for a variety of labels show an astonishing scope but, amazingly, there has never really been a disconnect, even now playing “electronic" drums or instrumental rock music. Color and expression have always been paramount in Previte's output and his palette has always been directed ...

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Bobby Previte: The Coalition of the Willing

Read "The Coalition of the Willing" reviewed by Troy Collins

It is often said that in youth one is more idealistic and liberal, and with age comes pragmatism and social conservatism. Well, someone ought to tell Bobby Previte, because it seems he missed the memo. A downtown scene luminary, composer and percussionist extraordinaire, Previte pushes ever further a field with The Coalition of the Willing. When ...