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David Sanborn: Here & Gone

Read "Here & Gone" reviewed by Andrew Velez

Alto saxophonist/flutist David Sanborn has been associated with everything from electronica, fusion and disco-tinged recordings to Svengali (Atlantic, 1973), a now-classic set he recorded with Gil Evans. Although he's acknowledged as having been influenced by Hank Crawford, Charlie Parker and Jackie McLean, he's not easily categorizable. Other musical partners have been as diverse as Billy Butterfield ...

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David Sanborn: Here & Gone

Read "Here & Gone" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

It would not be hard to accuse Here & Gone of being commercially contrived. The disk features a 'prominent musician' playing duets with other prominent musicians. This is not exactly a new formula, but considering that the 'prominent musician' in question is David Sanborn--and that he duets with the likes of Eric Clapton, Derek Trucks, and ...

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David Sanborn: Here & Gone

Read "Here & Gone" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Whether contributing a solo for Steely Dan or backing up Maynard Ferguson, David Sanborn quickly made a name for himself as both a sideman and a bandleader more than three decades ago. And like a true musician, he keeps going and going. Sanborn journeys to the days of big bands and St. Louis clubs with Here ...