As elder statesmen in a world class league of guitar innovators, John McLaughlin, Ralph Towner and John Abercrombie have seen the instrumental music crafted under their care over the past four decades marketed under the somewhat deceptive banner of jazz. But on their newest releases, the ingenuity of their playing relishes in the blurring of stylistic borders.
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