The New York Times Names Origami Harvest as One of the "Best of Jazz 2018"

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The New York Times: Some of the most trusted names in jazz and a host of innovative young disrupters brought cross-media collaborations and fresh approaches to the genre.

Origami Harvest was named the second best album of the year by columnist Giovanni Russonello. Here’s their description:

2. Ambrose Akinmusire, ‘Origami Harvest’ 

For the past decade, Ambrose Akinmusire has played trumpet with a fresh style: elusive and rarely resolving, but also ruby-red and urgent. His newest album reminds us that his compositions can achieve the same balance of intimacy and vision.

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