REVIEW: Lafayette Gilchrist,  ‘NOW’ (Lafayette Gilchrist Music) 

Baltimore pianist Lafayette Gilchrist’s wide-eyed approach to making music is informed by a convergence of influences that range from the music of his youth in 1980s Washington, D.C. — go-go, hip-hop and p-funk — to a rich palette of American jazz idioms. His unique, genre-bending sound is made more poignant by themes that are at the

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