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DAVE SEWELSON

More Music for a Free World

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Baritone saxophonist Dave Sewelson may not possess the avant-garde star power of downtown New York City brethren like Matthew Shipp, William Parker,; nearly four decades separated that recording and its followup, 2018’s

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