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Wild Lines unleashes the lavish lyricism of Jane Ira Bloom's quartet / JazzTimes

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Jane Ira Bloom does it again. This time the 21st-century soprano saxophonist reimagines the poetry of 19th-century visionary Emily Dickinson in two different settings. This new 2 CD pack, has the quartet (Dawn Clement (piano), Mark Helias (bass)& Bobby Previte (drums) interpretating Dickinson's poetry both instrumentaly and in spoken word settings that feature readings by popular stage & film actor Deborah Rush. 

Read the JazzTimes - Review:  A wondrous two-disc set w twinned tracks featuring gorgeous instrumentals on the first and wry, spare recitation of Dickinson's work by actress Deborah Rush on the second, Wild Lines unleashes the lavish lyricism of Bloom's quartet w pianist Dawn Clement, bassist Mark Helias & drummer Bobby Previte.