Elegy For Albert – Randy Sandke

A stately ballad that begins in a minor key but ends in the relative major.

Randy Sandke

born on May 5, 1949

Randy Sandke has had one of the most unique careers in contemporary jazz. He is not only an expert interpreter of swing and early jazz styles, but also a wildly creative composer and improviser in an experimental vein. Far from keeping the traditional and avant-garde elements separate, he often combines these influences in his own music, highlighting the connections between seemingly distant points on the continuum of jazz history. Read more...

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