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Thomas Chapin's New CD gets write up in the Wall Street Journal
(Published: December 20, 2012)

Dec. 20. In the Arts and Entertainment section of the Wall Street Journal, jazz writer Larry Blumenfeld reviews NEVER LET ME GO, a 3-CD set of live performances (1995, 1996) featuring the late alto saxophonist/flautist Thomas Chapin. These were his last live recordings before he passed in 1998 from leukemia at age 40. Playing with him at Flushing Town Hall in Queens, NYC were pianist Peter Madsen, drummer Reggie Nicholson,and bassist Kiyoto Fujiwara. At the Factory were Madsen, drummer Matt Wilson, and bassist Scott Colley. Blumenfeld writes: "If Chapin's name isn't instantly recognizable, it's also far from forgotten.... Beyond sheer listening pleasure, Chapin's body of music signifies a liberating promise carried at a time when walls seemed to be hardening between jazz's mainstream and its avant-garde." Read more:
The Wall Street Journal. Dec, 20, 2012

More Information: https://www.thomaschapinfilm.com

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