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George Duke & Stanley Clarke: Apollo Victoria, London

Mick Brown, The Guardian, 26 May 1981

HAVING TAKEN root in the early Seventies, flourished brightly for a few years and then appeared to wither into a state of atrophy, jazz-rock did not actually die; it merely emphasised the disco back-seat, became jazz-funk and the province of the dance crowd.

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