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Samuel Blaser: As the Sea

Plenty has been written about musical camaraderie–the building of long-term musical relationships and their unmistakable impact on the evolution of a group. Few, however, discuss the inevitable impact of personal relationships behind the music. Times have changed, and few jazz groups tour for more than a couple of consecutive weeks; still, hitting the road for even two weeks is sure to mean plenty of “up close and personal” time amongst band members… [ read more ]

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