Branford Marsalis: Going Live And Alone


Branford Marsalis – In My Solitude: Live At Grace Cathedral (Marsalis Music/Okeh) –  After decades of albums with his jazz quartet, classical projects, his funk side project Buckshot LeFonque, stints with the Jay Leno-era Tonight Show band and Sting, saxophonist Branford Marsalis has recorded his first solo saxophone concert. A quietly moving album, it’s another great showcase for his wide range. It’s made up of evocative original compositions, a gentle sonata by C.P.E Bach and a wistful version of “Stardust.”

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