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November 18, 1987 - Image 54

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The Michigan Daily, 1987-11-18

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d on long list of promising young I
a Sin- players-among the more re- sty
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3nges band, the Jazz Messengers. The Mi
s. To open, funky sound of his group, do
itless particularly on live recordings, ter
out is an easy delight. "The Jazz Pa
ginal Messengers at the Cafe Bohe- the
mia, Volume One" (Blue Note) prc
treat- is a real bargain on CD, with tui
7 has three bonus tracks totaling ext
d. Al- more than 20 minutes of music wo
[rum- not heard on the LP. On "Jazz sut
ell as Messengers" (Impulse / MCA), of
rhad Blakey puts his soloists out fou


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