The Legacy of Lyle Mays Is on Display in Eberhard, His Final Recording

In the spectrum of jazz, with well-considered composition on one end of the continuum and free jazz on the other, Lyle Mays, the late pianist, keyboard whiz and composer, was a proponent of classical principles: “a champion of structure, organization, deep rational thought, philosophical rigor and order,” as he once told an interviewer. And he

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