By Scott Isler
Updated May 21, 1993 at 04:00 AM EDT

The Bunk Project

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It’s no secret that Woody Allen likes to make movies but loves to play New Orleans jazz clarinet — a style that time, if not God, forgot. On The Bunk Project Allen makes his long-delayed recording debut, surrounded by equally rootsy companions. The results sound as authentic as anything coming out of the Big Easy itself. The currently controversial Allen doesn’t pull a star trip here; he’s strictly one of the band. But if his presence opens up some ears to his wonderfully polyphonic music, more power to him. A

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