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Allen Toussaint in Concert at the Village Vanguard - 05/20/2009

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The Year In Music: In 2010, Labels Got Leaky

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Christian Scott Ushers In New Era Of Jazz

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Christian Scott in Studio on WBGO 10/25/07

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Christian Scott Quintet in Concert at Berklee

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Christian Scott, Pouring Emotion Into Music

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