By Hannah Edgar, The Chicago Tribune

If its title didn’t already tip you off, “Tenor Time” — out on jazz label AFAR Music this Friday — declares what it’s all about from the very first track. An uptempo rhythm section, flavored with sly chromaticism by pianist and AFAR founder and owner Richard D. Johnson, plugs along before not one, not two, but three tenor saxophonists punch to the fore: Geof Bradfield, Scott Burns and John “Wojo” Wojciechowski. Read more here.

 

 

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