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Pete Malinverni On Piano Jazz

The pianist, composer and teacher joins Marian McPartland in Harold Arlen's standard "Get Happy."

Pete Malinverni On Piano Jazz
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World Cafe

Terry Callier On World Cafe

The musician, who died Saturday, had a remarkably versatile career that fused jazz, folk and soul.

Terry Callier On World Cafe
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A Blog Supreme

Philip Dizack: What You Learn When You're Older

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A lot can happen in six years, as the young trumpeter documents on his new album, End of an Era.

Philip Dizack in Studio at WBGO
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Jazz Man Maret Makes His Way On The Harmonica

After cutting his teeth as a sideman for jazz greats, Maret is now taking the helm of bandleader.

Jazz Man Maret Makes His Way On The Harmonica
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Yasek Manzano: Jazz From Havana's Streets

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Hear the music of an exciting young trumpeter from Havana, as well as a brief history of Cuban jazz.

Yasek Manzano: Jazz From Havana's Streets
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Antibalas On World Cafe

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The rhythm-intensive Afrobeat ensemble is back with its first album in nearly five years.

Antibalas On World Cafe
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Cassandra Wilson On World Cafe

The jazz singer plays songs from her new album, Another Country, which explores Latin music.

Cassandra Wilson On World Cafe
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