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Joe Locke and David Hazeltine will be bringing their "Mutual Admiration Society" quartet to SMOKE January 29-31 (thur-sat), in preparation for a return to the recording studio by this critically-acclaimed group.

January 29-31, 2009 / sets: 8pm, 10pm, 11:30pm
Music charge: $30
www.smokejazz.com

True magic doesn’t happen all that often, not even to labels with high artistic and sonic standards like Sharp Nine. But on a September day in 1998, the Muse spoke to everyone in Systems Two Studio in Brooklyn, starting with engineer Mike Marciano. His analog recording captures the complex sonorities of the vibraphone with an exactitude that has never been surpassed. Locke and Hazeltine play as if shot into this session from cannons. Their commingling of piano and vibes has orchestral sweep, harmonic density, crisp clarity, and merciless swing. Torrential creativity overwhelms and accelerates nominal ballads like “Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year” and “For All We Know.”

Reviewer: Tom Conrad / "Records To Die For" Review of "Mutual Admiration Society" in 2/09 Stereophile Magazine

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