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For The Soul of John Black, the roots of the seductive "New York to L.A." extend all the way back to the jazz age.
July 11, 2011 The roots of the seductive "New York to L.A." extend all the way back to the jazz age. You'll hear a trio of clarinets and a muted trumpet play the same seductive opening riff in Duke Ellington's classic instrumental, "The Mooche."
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December 21, 2003 It certainly is the age of the song. The days of the MP3 aren't so different from the days of the 45 rpm. We've "streamed" our picks for 2003's best songs, so click to listen and hope it doesn't skip!
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