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Donny Hathaway remains widely admired in jazz, but much of his repertoire has yet to be tapped by improvisers.
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January 17, 2014 The singer-songwriter remains influential in jazz, but improvisers have yet to fully mine his repertoire. Here are a few of the attempts so far, from musicians such as Kenny Garrett, Carmen Lundy and George Benson.
Kenny Garrett's "Welcome Earth Song" conjures the spirit of Pharoah Sanders — and a soul-stirring church service.
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April 24, 2012 "Welcome Earth Song" conjures the spirit of Sanders — as well as a soul-stirring church service.
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September 5, 2006 Saxophonist Kenny Garrett talks with Tony Cox about his attempts to marry Asian music with jazz on his latest CD, Beyond The Wall.
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