Review: Oliver Lake, 'What I Heard' Since the 1970s, Lake has led numerous bands of his own, including an occasional big band, and an organ quartet. That organ group is one to watch.
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Oliver Lake: New Music Grounded In Old Truths

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Oliver Lake: New Music Grounded In Old Truths

Oliver Lake: New Music Grounded In Old Truths

Oliver Lake: New Music Grounded In Old Truths

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Saxophonist Oliver Lake was one of the founders of the World Saxophone Quartet in the 1970s, and plays in the co-op Trio 3. Lake has led numerous bands of his own, including an occasional big band, and an organ quartet. Fresh Air jazz critic Kevin Whitehead says that organ group is one to watch in a review for What I Heard.