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Jazz Review: The Revolutionary Ensemble

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Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews And now... The Revolutionary Ensemble. The three-man group uses instruments ranging from violin and harmonica to acoustic bass and a wide range of percussion.

The group, which came from Chicago's free improvisation scene during the 1970s, reunited in 2004 after years of not playing together.

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