Jazz WORMS: ‘Squrimin’ (Capri)

While the Jazz WORMS quintet breaks no stylistic ground on Squirmin’, it does evince a characteristic that’s rare and appreciated in jazz these days: a persistent sense of uplift over the course of eight lively originals. Calling it feel-good jazz doesn’t diminish the music’s seriousness. And it hardly needs saying that an album like this

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