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John Scofield's latest album, Past Present, reunites an old quartet for set of tunes steeped in reflection and loss. Philippe Levy/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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For John Scofield, Everything Old Is New Again — Even The Hard Parts

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Joe Lovano And Dave Holland In The Studio

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Joe Lovano Us Five in Concert - 01/12/2011

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Paul Motian, Bill Frisell, Joe Lovano. Arne Reimer/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Motian, Frisell, Lovano in Concert at the Village Vanguard - 09/03/2008

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The Sound Prints Quintet is (L-R): Lawrence Fields, Dave Douglas, Joe Lovano, Linda Oh, Joey Baron. John Rogers for NPR/johnrogersnyc.com hide caption

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Sound Prints Quintet: Live At The Village Vanguard

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Chick Corea (keyboard) joined the SFJAZZ Collective for the closing performance, an arrangement of his piece "Spain." Scott Chernis/Courtesy of SFJAZZ Center hide caption

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SFJAZZ Center Opening Night On JazzSet

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Hear Shaunna Morrison Machosky Discuss Her Top Pick

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Joe Lovano in Concert on JazzSet 8/26/06

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Joe Lovano, Returning to 'The Birth of the Cool'

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'Saxophone Summit: A Gathering of Spirits'

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Saxophonist & Composer Joe Lovano

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Folk Art is Joe Lovano's 21st recording for the Blue Note label. He gives a generous nod to Cameroonian saxophonist Manu Dibango on the stand-out track, "Dibango." Jimmy Katz/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Gary Burton On JazzSet

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Joe Lovano With Us Five: A Different Kind Of Bird

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On Bird Songs, Joe Lovano looks for new ways into Charlie Parker's material. Courtesy of Jimmy Katz hide caption

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Joe Lovano: Drawing On 'Bird'

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Grammy winner Esperanza Spalding performs at the Village Vanguard with the Joe Lovano Us Five, just a month before her Best New Artist win. John Rogers/johnrogersnyc.com hide caption

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Fivin' Around At The Village Vanguard On JazzSet

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