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Saxophonist Joe Lovano

A great tenor returns

From the November, 2008 issue

For many the tenor saxophone is the totemic instrument of mainstream jazz, and Joe Lovano is one of its prime high priests. Born in Cleveland into a family that worshipped music, he was largely self taught, although mentored by his father, "Big T," a barber who also gigged around town on the tenor. Lovano eventually studied at the famous Berklee College of Music

 
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