But not well-known nationally, Salim Washington can be an expressive post-bop tenor saxophonist/flutist that has enjoyed a little following within the Boston area. Boston, nevertheless, isn’t Washington’s hometown; the jazzman was raised in Detroit but relocated east to wait Harvard University or college. Washington, who’s wedded to viola participant Melanie Dyer, made a decision to stay in Boston completely and became a fixture within the city’s mainly African-American Roxbury section. It had been in Roxbury that he created a nine-piece music group known as the Roxbury Blues Visual, whose members possess included Washington’s wife in addition to trumpeter Waldron Ricks, reedman Henry Make, and drummer Bobby Ward. Even though outfit takes on with the sensation from the blues, it is not a blues music group by itself — rather, the RBA mementos a very religious design of instrumental post-bop that underscores Washington’s gratitude of John Coltrane, Pharoah Sanders, George Adams, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, and Yusef Lateef. Washington supplied his first record as a head in 1997, when he got into the studio along with his RBA and documented Like in Exile for Accurate. The reedman didn’t record any longer albums within the 1990s, although he was still quite mixed up in Boston area once the early 2000s rolled around.