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Page added Jun 16, 2017 Updated Jun 21, 2017

Join us on this week's new music playlist as we sample Chris Potter's third offering out on ECM Records: 'The Dreamer is The Dream.'

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Saxophonist and composer Chris Potter joins a line-up of fellow New York City heavyweights, including David Virelles on piano, Joe Martin on bass and Marcus Gilmore on the drums for his new record The Dreamer Is The Dream. On top of his tenor sax, Potter also doubles on bass clarient, flute, mbira and sampler.

Also in the playlist is Anat Cohen's new collaboration with the Brazilian guitarist Marcello Goncalves, plus more from our feature album by Bill Frisell and Thomas Morgan.

Presented by Henry Rasmussen
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Artist Biography


Chris Potter (born January 1, 1971) is an American jazz saxophonist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist. His main instrument is tenor sax, but he also plays alto sax, soprano sax, bass clarinet, flutes and piano. Potter came to prominence as a sideman with trumpeter Red Rodney, before stints with drummer Paul Motian, bassist Dave Holland, trumpeter Dave Douglas and others. He recorded his debut...

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