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Bennie Maupin performs at the 2009 Detroit Jazz Festival.
October 15, 2009 Who is that singer? She's having fun with the Michigan State University Jazz Orchestra under director Rodney Whitaker at the Detroit Jazz Festival. After she sings, Dee Dee Bridgewater introduces the Juilliard Jazz Ensemble and Bennie Maupin's Dolphyana, free and outdoors in downtown Detroit.
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Freddie Hubbard on the cover of First Light.
Courtesy of CTI Records
July 29, 2008 For all the jazz albums to be universally hailed as classics, many more deserve to be recognized as such. Here, arranger and Grammy-winning record producer Bob Belden picks five slept-on jazz classics.
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