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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.
January 22, 2004 When Carmen Lundy burst on the New York City jazz scene two decades ago, she impressed the critics and began collecting a devoted following of fans. Seven albums later, she's still stunning audiences with her gospel-tinged, opera-trained voice. Hear full-length cuts from her latest CD.
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