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Jazz And The City

Label: JazzSick Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Riffs; Miles; Here's That Rainy Day; Hommage to O. P.; America; Cab Car; I've Got The World On A String; Soft Waves; Take 5; Just Friends.

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Lajos Dudas Quartet: Jazz And The City

Read "Jazz And The City" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Most musicians firmly plant themselves in one particular territory in the music world, but clarinetist Lajos Dudas prefers to set up camp at the border crossings, allowing for swift travel between stylistic realms. Dudas doesn't discriminate when it comes to direction, and he's made that evident through his own endeavors over the past fifty years. He ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Lajos Dudas Quartet: Jazz And The City

Read "Jazz And The City" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Lajos Dudas' What's Up Neighbour? (JazzSick, 2011), was a collaboration with pianist Hubert Bergmann. An eminently enjoyable set of improvised tunes, the album highlighted the veteran clarinetist's love of and talent for improvisation. Jazz And The City showcases Dudas' skills in a more straight-ahead setting, leading a quartet through a set of standards and originals. The ...


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