John Surman & Jack DeJohnette

Howard Mandel has the story on a series of long-awaited reunion concerts by two acclaimed jazz musicians. Saxophonist John Surman and pianist Jack DeJohnette first met in the late 1960s. More than three decades later, they reunited — and some of the new performances have just been released on CD.

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