Born in New York City, played in the loft-jazz scene in the '70s, an instructive force in the progress of America's only original art form, Henry P. is an artist who honors the jazz masters, while recognizing family and community. His music combines African rhythms with jazz and can also freely improvise or create unique renditions of standards.
"....suggests how Coltrane might have sounded had he concentrated his energies on alto sax and clarinet ....shows rare command of post-Hemphill, post-Lake alto sax dynamics...." David Lewis, Cadence, Sept. 2004.
Listen to sample clips from Blu-Nile IV: The Art of The Ensemble
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