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Saul Rubin

“Saul is a consummate musician, a person who is aware of the feelings of others and a person who is gentle in that sense. He is everything I could ask for in a bandmate.”– SONNY ROLLINS “Saul has it all together and is a positive force in the world of the guitar. He plays hip melodies, which he’s totally in touch with when improvising. His harmonies, both with his impeccable comping and chord soloing, employ refreshing voicings, and certainly keep the listener involved. – GENE BERTONCINI “An accomplished guitarist” – THE WALL STREET JOURNAL “The great unsung hero of jazz guitar in New York City…an economy of notes and laser-like purpose define Saul ‘Zeb’ Rubin” – LUCID CULTURE Although his career has taken him around the world, guitarist Saul Rubin occupies a unique place in New York jazz as a musician, producer, impresario and personality

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Paris Jazz Scene: Summer 2016

Read "Paris Jazz Scene: Summer 2016" reviewed by Patricia Myers

F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote: “The American in Paris is the best American. It is more fun for an intelligent person to live in an intelligent country. France has only two things toward which we drift as we grow older--intelligence and good manners." And I would add great jazz! Although many think that much of ...


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