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John Abercrombie, a touchstone in jazz-rock guitar whose first album was released in 1974, died Aug. 22, 2017. John Rogers/Courtesy of ECM Records hide caption

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John Abercrombie, Wry And Exploratory Jazz Guitarist, Dies At 72

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John Scofield Performs 'Quiet And Loud 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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Joshua Redman on saxophone, Scott Colley on bass, Brian Blade on drums and Ron Miles on cornet perform at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Lawrence Sumulong/Jazz at Lincoln Center hide caption

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Still Dreaming: Joshua Redman's Tribute To A Tribute

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Gary Burton: Retiring The Mallets

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Buster Williams: The Low End Maestro

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