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Sons of Kemet, Your Queen Is a Reptile

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Robert Silverman, Chopin’s Last Waltz

Bill Frisell, Music IS

Steve Tibbetts, Life Of

Anna Burch, Quit the Curse

Tor Lundvall, Witness Marks: The Works Of John B. McLemore

This is jazz, but it’s not your father’s jazz. Sons of Kemet’s Your Queen Is a Reptile is a fusion of sorts. Sons of Kemet are leading the charge in the “UK Jazz Wave,” and there’s a lot going on here with just tuba, saxophone, drums, and sometimes voice. “Queen” rocks and grooves over African and Caribbean rhythms, the sound is deeply soulful.

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