Stefon Harris - The Grand Unification Theory
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Stefon Harris - The Grand Unification TheoryHe’s played with Cassandra Wilson and Steve Coleman and was voted Best New Talent by Jazziz magazine. After releasing an impressively strong debut album, A Cloud of Red Dust, he earned a Grammy nomination for his followup, Black Action Figure. No wonder vibraphonist Harris has been called “one of jazz’s most watchable figures” by The New York Times and been compared to the likes of Lionel Hampton, Milt Jackson and Bobby Hutcherson. His third album boasts both surprising maturity and refreshing originality.



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