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Ingrid Jensen And Steve Treseler Play Kenny Wheeler

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Muldrow Meets Mingus

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Catherine Russell: Sunny Side Of The Street

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Celebrating Betty Carter

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A Jazz Fact Check Of 'La La Land'

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Cecile McLorin Salvant And Sullivan Fortner

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In 'Real Enemies,' Darcy James Argue Confronts A Post-Truth World

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Marilyn Maye: The Queen Of Cabaret

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Radical Imagination: Jazz And Social Justice

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Christian McBride's 'The Movement Revisited'

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Danilo Pérez: A Man, A Plan, A Canal, Panama

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Vanguard Jazz Orchestra: 50 Years Of Mondays

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Looking Back To Move Forward: Celebrating Jazz Artists We Lost in 2016

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The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra Swings In The Holidays

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'Harlem River Drive' Revisited With Eddie Palmieri

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Musical Cannibalism With Cyro Baptista

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