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Cover of the album untitled Lean
Lean, a new collaborative trio with Allison Miller and Simon Jermyn. Available as CD, download and 96/24 download.
Cover of Jerome's latest CD untitled The Turn
The Turn’s second pressing as a double album on vinyl, cut by Doug Sax, pressed at QRP, exactly like the first pressing. Limited to 500 copies. Secure your copy now! Includes uncompressed download.

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The Turn on vinyl

“A fine display of Sabbagh as player, composer, and bandleader. […] The album sounds superb. […] Get it while you can.”
“Listening to Jerome Sabbagh's The Turn on vinyl is a special experience musically and sonically.”
“One very distinct attribute of the vinyl is that the music just seems to make more sense. […] The Turn is a slow burner, has edge with purpose, and for me the best new jazz record I've heard in a long while.”

The Turn

“Another winning effort from this flexible quartet that effortlessly straddles the inside-outside paradigm.”
“Tenor saxophonist Sabbagh’s quartet — with guitarist Ben Monder, bassist Joe Martin, and drummer Ted Poor — used their 10 years of playing together to maintain unity and flow as they moved from free-form mood pieces through jazz swing and heavy rock backbeat to no beat at all.”
“A rising figure on the New York jazz scene, French-born tenor saxophonist Jerome Sabbagh leads a taut quartet through lyrical originals and a lone cover in the late Paul Motian's "Once Around the Park." Sabbagh's consistently inventive tone pairs well with the quartet's driving rhythms, and guitarist Ben Monder remains an underrated gem as his shape-shifting tone ventures into gruff, rock-fueled textures.”
“Tenor saxophonist Jerome Sabbagh and his quartet have been together for a decade, and have developed a unique and powerful collective voice. […] All of Sabbagh’s work is worth hearing, but The Turn really finds the quartet at a creative peak.”
“Sabbagh has built a reputation as a great bandleader, and The Turn is another strong step in the upward trajectory of his career.”

Plugged In

“It’s hard to believe Plugged In isn’t the work of an established group that has honed this music extensively.”
“Tenor saxophonist Jerome Sabbagh can generate a lot of dense, extremely intricate sound with very little effort.”
Plugged In is an immensely appealing record and an artistic success.”

I Will Follow You

“The tenor and soprano saxophonist Jerome Sabbagh favors a measured take on modern post-bop, steeped in reason and equilibrium.”
“The French New York-based saxophonist Jerome Sabbagh has been turning heads with his series of elegant inside-out efforts over the last few years […] There’s a consistent feeling of exploration on display tempered with an unforgiving discipline - a great combination.”
“The new album I Will Follow You may go down as one of 2010’s great overlooked jazz albums.”