DANIEL ROSENTHAL | Trumpeter Rosenthal's improvised lines are so interesting that at first you're more likely to focus on what he's playing than how. But then you notice his pearly articulation and subtle swing. On Lines (American Melody), the Either/Orchestra trumpeter featured extended-form originals with a country tinge (including banjo) and a trumpet-alto-bass-drums set-up that recalled the spare counterpoint of the early Mulligan-Baker and Ornette Coleman quartets.

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