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Albuquerque native, Paul Gonzales began his professional career in 1984 as “jazz trumpet soloist” with the Army Band of New England. After returning to Albuquerque in 1985, he began leading, composing, and arranging for various groups including Tetragon. His beginnings as a percussionist and vocalist began in 1994 when he joined Son Como Son. He has recorded one album as a imageleader, “Warm Valley” and has appeared at the Newport, Park City, St Lucia, Chateau St Michelle, Telluride, Hot Springs, and New Mexico Jazz Festivals. Paul appears on Ottmar Liebert’s platinum selling cd, “Little Wing”


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Rova Saxophone Quartet: Steve Lacy’s Saxophone Special Revisited

Read "Steve Lacy’s Saxophone Special Revisited" reviewed by Mark Corroto

If you own a copy of the original Saxophone Special (Emanem, 1975), flip the LP over to view a photocopy of Steve Lacy's original notebook (with spiral binding) score of the compositions “Staples," “Swishes," and “Snaps." This is all music he performed at Wigmore Hall in London in December 1974 in a saxophone quartet that included ...


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