Sam Sadigursky

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Saturday, November 01, 2008

Sam Sadigursky marries poetry to jazz in the art song tradition for his hypnotic "Words Project" albums — creating what one leading critic called "that rare anomaly: a jazz-and-poetry record that sounds utterly natural and convincing." The Brooklyn-based saxophonist, multireedist and composer joins David Garland in the studio to share and discuss those and other current activities.

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Comments [1]

gina ballinger from Graz, Austria

just throughly inspired listening to you, sam. thank you! gina who grew up in wLA and have been living in austria europe the world for a very long time : )

Nov. 04 2008 04:36 AM

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