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01Stanton Moore, 'Here Come The Girls'

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Willie Nelson and Jackie King on Piano Jazz

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It may look nondescript now, but New Orleans' Congo Square is where the musical foundations of jazz were laid down. Kevin McCaffrey/Courtesy of "A Closer Walk" hide caption

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In New Orleans, There's A Piece Of Music History Around Every Corner

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Gerald Wiggins On Piano Jazz

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Charles Lloyd's new album, Passin' Thru, celebrates the 10th anniversary of his New Quartet. Dorothy Darr/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'A Pocketful Of Blues': Charles Lloyd On 'Passin' Thru'

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Sandy Stewart And Bill Charlap On Piano Jazz

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Duke Jordan on Piano Jazz

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Steve Coleman's new album, Morphogenesis, is out now. John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation hide caption

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On Steve Coleman's 'Morphogenesis,' Art Becomes Sport

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Geri Allen, Pianist, Composer And Educator, Dies At 60

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Eddie Gomez On Piano Jazz

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Still Dreaming: Joshua Redman's Tribute To A Tribute

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The music Thelonious Monk contributed to the 1959 French film Les Liaisons Dangereuses had never been released until the master tapes were discovered last year. Courtesy of Arnaud Boubet - Private Collection hide caption

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Newly Uncovered Recordings Find Thelonious Monk In His Prime

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Christian Scott aTunde Ajduah On World Cafe

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"If you hear the music, you don't have to be there looking at somebody's body," Sonny Rollins says. "His music is here. All the time." John Abbott/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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After 7 Decades, Sonny Rollins Can't Get Music Off His Mind

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