Charlie Gabriel, “Eighty Nine” (Sub Pop)

The title Eighty Nine refers to saxophonist and clarinetist Charlie Gabriel’s age at the time the record was cut, and his vintage makes him easily the oldest signee to Sub Pop, a Seattle imprint known for nurturing the grunge movement beginning in the late 1980s, not its devotion to jazz. Still, the match makes sense.

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