By Steve Futterman, The New Yorker

The seventies were knee-deep in influential jazz guitarists; notable among them was John Abercrombie, who died in 2017. To celebrate what would have been the deeply thoughtful and ever-lyrical improviser’s seventy-fifth birthday, a group of past collaborators, including Jack DeJohnette, Dave Liebman, and Mark Feldman as well as such musical beneficiaries as Ben Monder, Bob DeVos, and Rale Micic, assemble.


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