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31.01.2009

King by Tim Kuhl

Published in Fusion - CD Reviews
The colorful mosaics that graffiti artists produce is tantamount to what drummer-composer Tim Kuhl does in his music. His second release as a leader, King has a k…
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Guitar hero Fareed Haque lays out a Hindustani, jazz-fusion groove quotient here on this multifarious and strikingly cohesive 2009 release. A professor of jazz and class…