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Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band: Newport Jazz 2009

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01Vengo

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Bang Your Drum

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Landmarks

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Landmarks

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Brian Blade and the Fellowship Band in Concert on JazzSet

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Return of the Prodigal Son

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Dave Brubeck is the most-featured artist of all time at the Newport Jazz Festival. Getty Images hide caption

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Brian Blade, Daniel Lanois, Trixie Whitley and Daryl Johnson perform as Black Dub. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Daniel Lanois and Brian Blade in Studio on KUT 3/15/08

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