Chambers in Session: Joe Chambers returns to Blue Note

Joe Chambers is the first to admit it: He messed up big. Having participated in recording sessions for some of Blue Note’s most forward-looking artists of the 1960s — Freddie Hubbard, Wayne Shorter, Joe Henderson, Andrew Hill — the drummer-composer was offered a deal of his own with the venerable jazz label. He turned it

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