Review: The Westerlies, 'Wish The Children Would Come On Home' The brass players' debut album is a set of pieces by Seattle-based composer and improviser Wayne Horvitz
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The Westerlies Come On Home With Horvitz

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The Westerlies Come On Home With Horvitz

The Westerlies Come On Home With Horvitz

The Westerlies Come On Home With Horvitz

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The Westerlies is a quartet of young New York brass players who know each other from school days in Seattle. Their debut album is a set of pieces by Seattle-based composer and improviser Wayne Horvitz. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead says Horvitz and the Westerlies are a perfect fit.