REVIEW: Conrad Herwig, ‘The Latin Side of Horace Silver’ (Savant) 

For the past 25 years, trombonist Conrad Herwig’s “The Latin Side of” series has been a particularly durable and artistically rewarding concept. John Coltrane’s compositions were the first to be treated to the alchemy of Herwig’s Latinizations, followed by explorations of the repertoire of Miles Davis, Joe Henderson, Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. Given Horace

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