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Vernon Reid's 'Known Unknown' Shows New Style

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Vernon Reid's 'Known Unknown' Shows New Style

Vernon Reid's 'Known Unknown' Shows New Style

Vernon Reid's 'Known Unknown' Shows New Style

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Tom Terrell reviews the latest CD by guitarist Vernon Reid, who first drew attention in the 1990s with Living Color. His latest is Known Unknown, with the band Masque. Terrell compares Reid's style to Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis guitarist Pete Cosey.

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