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June 12, 2011

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T.K. Tortch

Ah. Buddy Tate and Al Cohn. Neither of them tippy-top innovators with giant-sized and lingering reputations, but between them two rock solid versions of "this is what tenor saxophone is supposed to sound like, folks".

Good thing that "sounds like" comes in so many lovely flavors!!

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