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Reflection of a Clear Moon

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If you were to lock Keithe Emerson and Robert Fripp together in a studio, chances would be good that, if they didn't kill each other, a record like this would result. Fewell and Gardony are both technically excellent players, and they have a knack for working in and around each other's parts without causing each other to stumble. This disc was taken from a concert recorded for Hungarian radio, and sounds absolutely wonderful.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 14 de octubre de 1953 en Charlottesville, VA

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Europeans knew about Garrison Fewell's jazz talent long before his fellow Americans discovered him. The Virginia native began his love affair with Europe on a visit to Marseille, France, in 1983. He went on to play hot jazz venues all over the continent, including Paris, Milan, Amsterdam, and Brussels. While the Europeans were learning about Fewell, he was busy learning their languages, becoming fluent in Italian and French. His relative obscurity in his homeland changed, however, with the release...
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