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Not All 'Lost' Jazz Albums Are Created Equal

NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Nate Chinen of member station WBGO and Jazz Night in America about three rediscovered jazz albums from Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Stan Getz.

2am Samba Mecca:83
Inbetween Times Mecca:83 feat. Octavio Santos and J Vibes
Woes Guilty Ghosts
Polar Opposites Guilty Ghosts
Bateau Lights At Sea

Shariah Harris competed in the Amateur Cup tournament in Tully, N.Y., this past August. Courtesy of Lezlie Hiner hide caption

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Philly Teens 'Work To Ride' And Change The Face Of Polo

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This Could Be (For the Travelling Soul) Theo Croker
It's Gonna be Alright Theo Croker
Holding Rivers Oh Hiroshima
Drones Oh Hiroshima

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Not All 'Lost' Jazz Albums Are Created Equal

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Airegin The Stan Getz Quartet
Impressions The Stan Getz Quartet
Solitary Bee Mammal Hands
Black Sails Mammal Hands

Adrian Lamo enters a car after testifying in a military hearing regarding Army Pfc. Chelsea Manning's role in the WikiLeaks classified leaks case on Dec. 20, 2011, in Fort Meade, Md. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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Chelsea Manning Comments Publicly On The Late Hacker Adrian Lamo

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Reel Life (Evolution II) The Cinematic Orchestra
Evolution (Versao Portuense) The Cinematic Orchestra
Sustain BadBadNotGood
Liturgy Trace Bundy
Urban Challenge Trace Bundy
Thrill Attune
3b's Attune
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