Orrin Evans, ‘The Red Door’ (Smoke Sessions) | Review

By John Frederick Moore Pianist Orrin Evans reflects a more collective ethos on The Red Door, his first record as a leader since breaking away from The Bad Plus two years ago. Working with a core quintet and featuring top-flight guests, there’s an appealing looseness and variety to these dozen pieces. Evans has a knack

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