Jeanfrançois Prins, ‘Blue Note Mode’ (GAM) | Review


By Josef Woodard In some ways, jazz musicians with a deeper and more obsessive appreciation of jazz history and lore arrive on American shores from afar, armed with an outsider’s yearning and research. For Belgian guitarist Jeanfrançois Prins, who spent time living, playing and teaching in both New York City and Berlin, the sense of

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