We look at three 2022 releases this time (albeit one recorded way back in 1972) along with the first harbinger of the new year. There's an electronic sounding long-playing debut by a pair of YouTube wunderkinder (all played in real-time, we promise), a straight-ahead tenor sax trio, another star-studded portfolio album from a rising sax star, and a sprawling live opus from the music's greatest bassist/composer. For a chaser, a sprawl of pop matters that ranges from gospel tunes to stereo demonstration discs to poor lonely Art Garfunkel.
Discussion of Adam Larson's album With Love, From Chicago (Outside in Music) 1:38
Discussion of Domi and JD Beck's album Not Tight (Blue Note) 13:53
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