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Downtown Houston's theater district, the second-largest in the nation, was flooded with water from Buffalo Bayou. Thomas B. Shea/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Lush Life Of Billy Strayhorn

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Matthew Johnson, the current resident of Wadada's childhood home, gives Wadada his Mother's old bible.

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Herbie Hancock's Latest Voyage

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Aww Yeah, Summertime — With The Robert Glasper Experiment

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John Scofield Performs 'Quiet And Loud Jazz'

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Dance Like Animals In Wynton Marsalis' 'Spaces'

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Charles Lloyd's new album, Passin' Thru, celebrates the 10th anniversary of his New Quartet. Dorothy Darr/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'A Pocketful Of Blues': Charles Lloyd On 'Passin' Thru'

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The Ray Charles Songbook

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Oliver Jones: A Canadian Jazz Legend Heads Home

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Still Dreaming: Joshua Redman's Tribute To A Tribute

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Gary Burton: Retiring The Mallets

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The Eminence Of J.J. Johnson, And His Partnership With Kai Winding

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Buster Williams: The Low End Maestro

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Get To Know London's Thriving Jazz Scene (By Way Of Austin, Texas)

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