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Music Review: 'Friendship' from Clark Terry and Max Roach

Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews Friendship, the new recording of trumpeter Clark Terry and drummer Max Roach (Columbia). The 1977 album Streams of Consciousness (Piadrum label) has also been reissued featuring Max Roach and Abdullah Ibrahim.

Music Review: 'Friendship' from Clark Terry and Max Roach

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Guitarist, songwriter and producer Steve Cropper

He's best known for his playing with Booker T & the MGs. He co-wrote such hits as "In the Midnight Hour," "Soul Man" and Otis Redding's "(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay." This interview first aired September 18, 1990.

Guitarist, songwriter and producer Steve Cropper

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Illustrator and Writer James Warhola

His new book is Uncle Andy's: A faabbbulous visit with Andy Warhol. It's a children's story about going to visit Warhol, in which Warhola chronicles one of the many trips he took with his family from Pittsburgh to New York City.

Illustrator and Writer James Warhola

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