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Beyond Country And Blues: The Jazz Legacy Of Houston

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Christian McBride's 'The Movement Revisited'

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Christian McBride On Ray Brown's Bass And James Brown's Appeal

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What Does It Mean To Be A Child Prodigy In Jazz?

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Christian McBride On 'A Love Supreme' And Its Descendants

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'Everything Is Cyclical': Christian McBride Looks At 2015 In Jazz

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They Drive At 55: The Monterey Jazz Anniversary Tour

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Christian McBride: Music Is About People, Not Grammys

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