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June 28, 2013 Medeski joins host Jon Weber to perform a surprising duet and pieces from his new solo piano album.
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November 3, 2011 Composer Gregory Rogove uses apes in tighty-whiteys to illustrate and animate the end of the world.
April 28, 2006 The three musicians that make up Medeski, Martin and Wood met in Brooklyn in the early '90s and instantly developed a rapport with each other that allowed them to make their own uniquely organic folk/jazz music.
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July 28, 2002 Weekend Edition Sunday music director Ned Wharton reviews three CDs highlighting jazz groups working the so-called "jam-band" circuit, attracting young rock fans to a new breed of jazz: Medeski Martin and Wood's Uninvisible (Blue Note), Stanton Moore's Flyin' the Koop (Verve) and John Scofield's Uberjam (Verve).
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