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The Mingus Orchestra On JazzSet

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Dig the deep, dark, blues-drenched, jubilant Mingus groove from St. Bart's Church in New York City.

The Mingus Orchestra On JazzSet

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The 2013 NEA Jazz Masters Awards Concert

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Mose Allison, Lou Donaldson, Lorraine Gordon and Eddie Palmieri are recognized in New York.

Listen Now: The 2013 NEA Jazz Masters Concert

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John Scofield's Überjam Band: Live At Berklee

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The eclectic electric guitarist plays from his raucous, electronic-infused Überjam songbook.

John Scofield's Überjam Band: Live At Berklee

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Wynton Marsalis And Vince Giordano: Live In New York

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New interpretations of Louis Armstrong's Hot Fives recordings score the countdown to midnight.

Wynton Marsalis And Vince Giordano: Live In New York

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Clark Terry Quintet: Live In Chicago

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The legendary trumpeter, now 92, was in good spirits and excellent form as 1989 became 1990.

Clark Terry Quintet: Live In Chicago

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Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band: Live At Monterey Jazz Festival

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The large jazz orchestra, brassy and slick, powers through charts on the main festival stage.

Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band: Live At Monterey Jazz Festival

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Dave Brubeck Quartet On JazzSet

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JazzSet remembers the legendary pianist with a set from the 2009 Newport Jazz Festival.

Dave Brubeck Quartet On JazzSet

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Geri Allen watches as Taylor Eigsti, Jason Moran and Ellis Marsalis, from left, perform in a round robin at A Jazz Piano Christmas 2012. Brendan Hoffman for NPR hide caption

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A Jazz Piano Christmas 2012

Jason Moran, Taylor Eigsti, Geri Allen and Ellis Marsalis perform in NPR Music's annual tradition.

A Jazz Piano Christmas 2012

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Wynton Marsalis On JazzSet

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The trumpeter leads a rousing set before a boisterous, sold-out house at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola.

Wynton Marsalis On JazzSet

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