Bassist Terry Plumeri wears several hats and wears them well. He has scored films, written his own symphonic tone poems, conducted symphonic orchestras all over the world and worked with some of the top names in jazz.
AAJ contributor Maxwell Chandler spoke at length with Plumeri, covering his film, classical and jazz work, including his recently-reissued 1971 album, He Who Lives in Many Places, which features Herbie Hancock, John Abercrombie, Michael Smith and Eric Gravatt.
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