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Jim Pepper Tribute at the Portland Jazz Festival

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We as Indians have lost a lot of land. One thing that we still have is our music, and our music should never die...When I try to put my native music into jazz, I use rhythm, melody, and add harmony to it. —Jim Pepper

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