Since their first performance in 1977, Mark Helias (bass), Gerry Hemingway (drums), and Ray Anderson (trombone) have had a profound impact on creative music. “The fused nature of the three words is much more than a syntactical gimmick,” writes Raul da Gama, “it represents a true melding of ideas, often a molten mix of lyricism, sprightly elegance, and vociferous invention that showcases not only individual virtuosity but a truly meaningful coming together for change.”
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