Kendrick Scott, ‘Corridors’ (Blue Note) | Review

By Bill Meredith Like many albums conceived of and recorded during the COVID-19 lockdown, drummer-composer Kendrick Scott’s Corridors is imbued with the subject of loss. Yet the Houston-born bandleader also decided to employ the subject literally, losing the piano and guitar chairs from his lauded quintet Oracle to create both tension and space in a

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