Review: Jerome Sabbagh and Greg Tuohey, ‘No Filter’ (Sunnyside)

Tape splicing and backup reels have been a part of the recording process since the 1950s, but recording without edits remains the artistic standard in jazz. A live in-the-studio recording such as No Filter — using difficult melodic and harmonic material to inspire heated improvisation — carries inherent risks into performance, the types of risks...

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