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James Carter Organ Trio: Newport Jazz Festival 2009

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James Carter's Music in the Moment

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'Gold Sounds': Where Jazz Meets Alt-Rock

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'Chasing the Gypsy'

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Jazz Saxophonist James Carter

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Dave Brubeck is the most-featured artist of all time at the Newport Jazz Festival. Getty Images hide caption

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James Carter At Newport On JazzSet

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The new album Caribbean Rhapsody is the result of a ten-year collaboration between jazz saxophonist James Carter and classical composer Roberto Sierra. Vincent Soyez/Emarcy Records hide caption

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Playful — Fast (With Swing)

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Panel No. 1 from Jacob Lawrence, The Migration Series. The panel is titled: "During World War I there was a great migration north by southern African Americans." Courtesy of The Phillips Collection hide caption

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