Ben Wendel, ‘High Heart’ (Edition) 

Tenor saxophonist Ben Wendel uses the eight self-composed tracks on his fifth session as a leader to muse about a theme that undoubtedly perplexes many jazz musicians: In an increasingly impersonal time, how does one create art that’s unerringly personal? His bracing answer is a session that veers calculatingly between the light of reflective, ethereal

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