Hugh Masekela And Larry Willis

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A rare opportunity to experience the intimate side of South African maestro Hugh Masekela, in a sumptuously lyrical series of duets with master pianist Larry Willis, revisiting a long friendship stretching back to their days together at college in New York in the 60s. Their release Friends ('damn do they swing' **** Rolling Stone) is a masterpiece of chamber jazz combined with the sheer exuberance of the Masekela style.

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