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Enter the "Steve Wilson/Lewis Nash - Duologue" Giveaway!

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All About Jazz members are invited to enter the MCG Jazz “Steve Wilson/Lewis Nash - Duologue“ giveaway contest starting today. We'll select FIVE winners at the conclusion of the contest on September 22nd.

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About Duologue

Saxophone. Drums. That’s it. A fearless confidence, bold daring and a serious sense of playfulness mark Duologue, released on MCG Jazz on August 5th. Eschewing bass and all chordal ornamentation, saxophonist Steve Wilson and drummer Lewis Nash invert an old maxim, proving that less is sometimes more. Duologue, although the work of only two musicians, is as rich and enveloping as that of any full band. While the sax-drums combo has been tried before, particularly in jazz’s avant-garde, Wilson and Nash never leave melody behind—their dual statements sing and swing, even as the pair jump off into parts unknown and unexpected...

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