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Inspired by Coltrane's "Dahomey Dance", this tune was recorded at Tucson's (now defunct) "Old Pueblo Grille". It's modal and tries to push the envelope without getting too crazy. Malik Alkabir's saxophone is always amazing to listen to. Malik has been described as "Coltrane on Steroids." The Old Pueblo Grille was a Sunday Jazz spot for over 10 years until it was seized by the bankruptcy court.

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released July 14, 2016
Features Malik Alkabir, Tenor Saxophone; Glen Gross, Trumpet and congas; John Einweck, Piano; Jack Wood, bass; and Ross Freund, Drums. Recorded LIVE at the Old Pueblo Grille on April 14, 2014.

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Glen Gross Quartet Tucson, Arizona

Trumpeter Glen Gross enjoys playing many different styles of music with the Glen Gross Quartet. Modal Jazz, Bebop, and Latin Jazz are specialties, with a propensity for the unpredictable.

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