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Jazz & Juice: Bordeaux meets Duke Ellington

Kristen explores Bordeaux's left bank by way of Duke's journey to Japan. You can read about it here.

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Interview with Solo Pianists from Japan
Multiple Reviews
Solo Pianists from Japan
Interview with Instrumental Duos
Building a Jazz Library
Instrumental Duos
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Interview with Bordeaux Meets Duke Ellington

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