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A double dose of bass and drums

Joshua Redman does sonic experimentation with his unusual trio

In his Double Trio, Joshua Redman and his saxophone are flanked on each side by bass and drums. In his Double Trio, Joshua Redman and his saxophone are flanked on each side by bass and drums. (Michael Wilson)
By Andrew Gilbert
Globe Correspondent / January 18, 2009

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BERKELEY, Calif. - For jazz musicians, time is of the essence. Great players weave their personal sense of pulse into every phrase, crafting a signature sound with syncopation as much as with timbre and texture. But space can also play a critical role in the way a musician shapes his or her music. (Full article: 1003 words)

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