Bobby Watson, ‘Back Home in Kansas City’ (Smoke Sessions) | Review

Back Home in Kansas City, the latest recording by saxophonist Bobby Watson, gets better as it goes along, but not because there’s anything subpar about the opening tracks. Instead, the reason can be attributed to a realization likely to dawn on listeners as the album progresses: It’s great to be in the hands of professionals.

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