Circle Wide Quintet, Playing 'Like Before'

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Circle Wide leader George Schuller co-founded the ensemble Orange Then Blue, a 12-piece experimental big-band outfit. hide caption

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George Schuller of Circle Wide

Circle Wide leader George Schuller co-founded the ensemble Orange Then Blue, a 12-piece experimental big-band outfit.

Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews Like Before, Somewhat After, the new recording from drummer George Schuller and his quintet Circle Wide. The disc salutes the music of pianist Keith Jarrett's '70s-era quartet.

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