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James Kreger: CHOPIN, BRAHMS, BEETHOVEN

Pedro H. da Silva / Lucía Caruso: Jeanne d’Arc, Le Voyage dans la Lune

Varda Kotler: YouTube Channel

Performer: Zoot Sims

MILES DAVIS AT NEWPORT 1955–1975: The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Ah-Leu-Cha. Straight, No Chaser. Fran-Dance. Two Bass Hit. Bye Bye Blackbird. The Theme. Gingerbread Boy. All Blues. Stella By Starlight. R.J. Seven Steps to Heaven. The Theme / Closing Announcement by Leonard Feather. Spoken Introduction by Del Shields. Gingerbread Boy. Footprints. ’Round Midnight. So What. The Theme / Closing Announcement by Del Shields. Miles Runs The Voodoo Down. Sanctuary. It’s About That Time / The Theme. Spoken Introduction by Ronnie Scott / Band Warming Up. Turnaroundphrase. Tune In. Ife. Untitled Original. Tune In 5 / Closing Announcement by Ronnie Scott (Review by Marc Medwin)

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MILES DAVIS AT NEWPORT 1955–1975: The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Directions. Mtume. What I Say. Sanctuary. It’s About That Time. Bitches Brew. Funky Tonk. Sanctuary (Review by Marc Medwin)

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MILES DAVIS AT NEWPORT 1955–1975: The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Spoken Introduction by Willis Conover (Review by Marc Medwin)

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MILES DAVIS AT NEWPORT 1955–1975: The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Spoken Introductions by Duke Ellington and Gerry Mulligan. Hackensack. ’Round Midnight. Now’s The Time (Review by Marc Medwin)

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Zoot Sims: Passion Flower (Zoot Sims) (Review by Andrew Sussman)

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ARNHEIM-LYMAN-FREED: I Cried for You (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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BARRIS: I Surrender, Dear (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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BARRIS: I Surrender, Dear (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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BATTLE-EVANS: Doggin’ Around (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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BEST, DENZIL: Allen’s Alley (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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BEST, DENZIL: Allen’s Alley (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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BEST, DENZIL: Allen’s Alley (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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CANNON, HUGHIE: Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home? (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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DE PAUL, GENE: I’ll Remember April (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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DE PAUL, GENE: I’ll Remember April (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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DUKE-LATOUCHE-FETTER: Taking a Chance on Love (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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EDISON, HARRY/BASIE, COUNT: Jive at Five (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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GILLESPIE: Groovin’ High (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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HAMMERSCHMID, HANS: Blue Night (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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HAMMERSCHMID, HANS: Blue Night (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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HAMMERSCHMID, HANS: Blue Night (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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HAMMERSCHMID, HANS: Minor Meeting for Two Clarinets (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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HAMMERSCHMID, HANS: Minor Meeting for Two Clarinets (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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HAMMERSCHMID, HANS: Minor Meeting for Two Clarinets (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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HAMMERSCHMID, HANS: Open Door (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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HAMMERSCHMID, HANS: Open Door (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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HAMMERSCHMID, HANS: Open Door (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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JOLSON-ROSE-DESYLVA: Avalon (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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KERN: All the Things You Are (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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KERN: All the Things You Are (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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KERN: All the Things You Are (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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NOBLE-CAMPBELL: Goodnight, Sweetheart (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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OVERSTREET-HIGGINS: There’ll Be Some Changes Made (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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RODGERS, RICHARD: Fallin’ in Love (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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RODGERS, RICHARD: Fallin’ in Love (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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SCHERTZINGER: Tangerine (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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SCHERTZINGER: Tangerine (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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SCHERTZINGER: Tangerine (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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SIMS: I’ve Heard That Blues Before (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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SIMS: Trottin’ (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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SIMS: Trottin’ (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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SIMS: Trottin’ (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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STITT/MONK: Bud’s Blues/52nd Street Theme (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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STRACHEY: These Foolish Things (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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STRACHEY: These Foolish Things (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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TRADITIONAL: (I Wonder) Where Our Love Has Gone; Legs; If I'm Lucky; Shadow Waltz; You're My Everything; It's All Right With Me; Gypsy Sweetheart; I Hear a Rhapsody (Review by Andrew Sussman)

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UNKNOWN: The Red Door (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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WRIGHT, RICHARD: Halley’s Comet (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

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