REVIEW: Charles McPherson, ‘Jazz Dance Suites’ (Chazz Mack Music) 

Those who have followed the career of alto-sax master Charles McPherson — starting with his association with Charles Mingus in 1960 — will find this latest release something of a departure from his bop roots, and a charming one at that. Inspired by his daughter Camille and her prominent position in the San Diego Ballet, Jazz Dance

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