Guitarist Larry Coryell recorded or appeared on more than 100 albums during a jazz career that spanned more than 50 years. Courtesy of 429 Records hide caption

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Hear "Love is Here to Stay" from Larry Coryell's 2006 Kennedy Center Performance

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Radical Cleric Connected To 1993 World Trade Center Bombing Dies

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Remembering Barbara Carroll, The 'First Lady Of Jazz Piano'

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Remembering Lt. Gen. Harold Moore, Heroic Vietnam War Commander

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Al Jarreau, Versatile Vocalist Who 'Played His Voice,' Dies At 76

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Remembering The 'Edutainer' Who Made Statistics Come To Life

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Richard Hatch arrives at the 2013 Geekie Awards at the Avalon in Los Angeles. Hatch, perhaps best known for playing Captain Apollo in the original Battlestar Galactica film and TV series, has died at age 71. Paul A. Hebert/Paul A. Hebert/Invision/AP hide caption

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Famously Eccentric Comedian Irwin Corey Dies At 102

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The World's Foremost Authority Has Died: Prof. Irwin Corey Was 102

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Remembering Bharati Mukherjee, An Indian-Born American Writer

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Bharati Mukherjee, Writer Of Indian-American Experiences, Dies At 76

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Actress Mary Tyler Moore filming First You Cry in 1978 in New York City. Marty Lederhandler/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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Remembering Mary Tyler Moore, Whose Sunny Smile Masked Steel

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John Hurt waits for his photo to be taken in 2014 during a publicity tour for Snowpiercer. The British actor's death was confirmed Friday by his publicist. Ian Gavan/Getty Images hide caption

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Actor Mike Connors, who starred in the TV detective show Mannix, flashes a smile after filming a scene with Dick Van Dyke, for an episode of Diagnosis Murder in 1997. The show centered around an unsolved mystery from Mannix, with Connors returning to his old role as the title character. Chris Pizzello/Associated Press hide caption

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