REVIEW: Frank Catalano, ‘Live at Birdland’ (Ropeadope)

The sunnily ferocious tenor saxophonist Frank Catalano is the subject of a recent film documentary titled Sugar Jazz. But while his first discs — recorded in his 20s, in the early 2000s — might have veered toward jazz treacle, those days have passed. No less energetic, only slightly less histrionic, Catalano has matured significantly in

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