Charlie Haden plays upright bass with Keith Jarrett's band in New York City, 1975. Jack Vartoogian/Getty Images hide caption

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'Live In The Present': Charlie Haden Remembered

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Bassist Charlie Haden in 1978. Haden died on Friday in Los Angeles. Roger Ressmeyer/Corbis hide caption

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Remembering Jazz Legend Charlie Haden, Who Crafted His Voice In Bass

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Charlie Haden in Studio on World Cafe 12/23/08

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'Rambling Boy': Haden's Musical Homecoming

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Charlie Haden Returns To His Bluegrass Roots

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Charlie Haden's latest album is Come Sunday, a collaboration with the late pianist Hank Jones. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Charlie Haden: A Moment Of Clarity

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L-R: Jack DeJohnette, Ron Carter, Sheila Jordan, Jimmy Owens. Michael G. Stewart/NEA hide caption

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The 2012 NEA Jazz Masters Awards Concert

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Clockwise from top left: Sleigh Bells, Stew, Sharon Van Etten, Jonathan Meiburg of Shearwater. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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2012 Winter Music Preview

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Guest DJ Andreas Scholl: Friends, Collaborators And The Power Of Pop

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Charlie Haden sang with his musical family from the time he was just 2 years old. Rafa Rivas/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Charlie Haden: A Bassist With A Country Pedigree

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Bassist Charlie Haden and pianist Keith Jarrett recorded their collaboration, Jasmine, in Jarrett's home studio. Reto Caduff/ECM Records hide caption

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Charlie Haden And Keith Jarrett Channel The Standards

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