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Jazz: Bebop Jazz: Post-Bop Moods: Featuring Saxophone
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Kurt Lund Meets the Rhythm Section

by Kurt Lund

Melodious hard swinging post-bop jazz with Toronto's best rhythm section.
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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Kurt Lund is a professional sax player working and living in Toronto, Ontario. Following studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Kurt moved to Toronto and over the years has a well earned reputation as a creative, hard swinging saxophonist with a beautiful tone and great phrasing. He works steadily in the Toronto jazz and jobbing scene, in small ensembles on alto and tenor sax and as lead alto in several big bands.

The rhythm section on this CD is comprised of the fabulous pianist Bernie Senensky (played with Moe Koffman, Art Pepper, many others), Duncan Hopkins on bass (currently with Pat LaBarbera), and Archie Alleyne on drums (played with everyone from Billie Holiday on up)- they don't come much better than that!!


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