Joshua Redman, ‘where are we’ (Blue Note) | Review

By Sascha Feinstein The first minutes of where are we, saxophonist Joshua Redman’s debut on Blue Note as well as his first project with vocals, offer tremendous promise. Unaccompanied, Redman alludes to Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land” before unfurling phrases imbued with anguish. The song’s title, “After Minneapolis (face toward mo[u]rning),” and opening

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