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New Recording Issued from Bassist Harry Miller

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New Recording Issued from Bassist Harry Miller

New Recording Issued from Bassist Harry Miller

New Recording Issued from Bassist Harry Miller

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Everybody knows jazz is an American invention that mediates between African and European musical conventions. But for decades, African and European improvisers have been forging their own bonds and hybrids, without American mediation. As a case in point, here's a newly issued historical recording by the South African-born bassist Harry Miller: Harry Miller's Isipingo: Which Way Now.

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