Dr. Billy Taylor and All That Jazz Jazz pianist Dr. Billy Taylor is retiring from public performance this week, but will continue his educational endeavors. Taylor, who suffered a stroke three years ago, reflects on his deep friendships with many giants of the genre and the jazz scene of the 1940s.
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Dr. Billy Taylor and All That Jazz

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Dr. Billy Taylor and All That Jazz

Dr. Billy Taylor and All That Jazz

Dr. Billy Taylor and All That Jazz

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Jazz pianist Dr. Billy Taylor is retiring from public performance this week, but will continue his educational endeavors. Taylor, who suffered a stroke three years ago, reflects on his deep friendships with many giants of the genre and the jazz scene of the 1940s.

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