Jim Harrington remembers Charles Lloyd's, Yoshi's, June 23 Show.
"I'm going to go out on a limb here. My belief is that jazz historians will one day look back at the career of Charles Lloyd, a player best known for his efforts in the 1960s, and proclaim that he did his finest work at the turn of new millennium. At least that's the way it sounded to these ears as the saxophonist mined his recent catalog at Yoshi's and found gold at every turn."
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