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George Duke Puts His Stamp On Funk

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In Arkansas, Fiddlers Try To Preserve Local Tunes

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The facade of the Village Vanguard remains mostly unchanged since this 1976 photograph. Tom Marcello hide caption

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The Village Vanguard: A Hallowed Basement

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Beck: Rambling Grandfathers And 'Modern Guilt'

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Johnny Flynn: Stirring Up 'A Larum'

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A Vice President's Hit Song

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Tito Puente's Self-Titled Masterwork Examined

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Pressler Bids Adieu To Beaux Arts Trio

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Nat Adderley recorded many albums under his own name while working with his brother's group. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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Nat Adderley: Brotherly Swing

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