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3 Cohens includes siblings Anat, Avishai and Yuval Cohen.
July 6, 2010 Summer is a time for family gatherings, and over the years, there have been some very notable families of jazz musicians. Hear five songs by some of those talented families — songs selected to accompany your own family's backyard cookout.
April 29, 2005 Heath died Thursday at the age of 81. He was the bass player for the Modern Jazz Quartet for four decades and played with Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane and Ornette Coleman.
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April 12, 2004 Odd interpretations from Stolen Shack; Folk singer/songwriter Adrienne Young; A new retrospective from The Who; Neo-psychedelia from Circulatory System and more.
April 4, 2004 This past week, bassist and cellist Percy Heath was honored with a "Beacons in Jazz" award from the New School University in New York. NPR's Liane Hansen speaks with the longtime member of the Modern Jazz Quartet who still performs with the Heath Brothers, and has only now at the age of 80 released his first solo CD: A Love Song is on Daddy Jazz Records.
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August 1, 2001 "An excursion into Renaissance Italy." That is how jazz critic Murray Horwitz describes The Comedy, which tells the story of several fictional denizens of the 1500s. The album also has a surprise appearance by Diahann Carroll, of Dynasty fame.
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