Senri Oe, ‘Class of ’88’ (PND) | Review


By Jonathan Widran Innovative jazz musicians and arrangers have enjoyed a long, fruitful history of reimagining popular songs with their own flair. On his latest release, Class of ’88, Japanese-born, New York-based pianist-composer Senri Oe turns the concept of re-invention on himself, applying the expansive jazz artistry he’s cultivated in middle age to souvenirs of

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