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Try JAZZ 101 with Phil Schaap: "I won't teach you trumpet or piano or drums, but I'll teach you the history, the context, the culture, while telling you some good stories." http://bit.ly/d7Hu8K
This week on JALC Radio, Bill Charlap, Jim Hall & the #JLCO pay tribute to Bill Evans. Wendell Pierce hosts. http://bit.ly/d9xJbT #jazz
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