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Z, Rachel
Zadeh, Aziza Mustafa
Zadeh, Vagif Mustafa
Zawadi, Kiane
Zawinul, Joe
Zawinul, Josef Erich
Zeitlin, Dr. Dennis Jay
Zeitlin, Denny
Zeno, George Louis Francois
Zenon, George Louis Francois
Zenon, Miguel
Zimmer, Pete
Zimmerli, Patrick
Zimmerman, Ethel
Zingaro, Carlos
Zorn, John
Zsigmond, Romberg

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Night Train

Oscar Peterson Trio



Live at Newport '58

Horace Silver



River: The Joni Letters (with Bonus Tracks) - Amazon.com Exclusive

Herbie Hancock



Day Trip

Pat Metheny Trio



Roots and Grooves

Maceo Parker

Reading and Viewing

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Sarah Vaughan

Jazz Icons: Sarah Vaughan Live in '58 & '64

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DVD - With perfect time, intonation and taste, she is hand-in-glove with her trio, pianist Ronell Bright, bassist Richard Davis and drummer Art Morgan. -- Doug Ramsey, Rifftides


Wes Montgomery

Jazz Icons: Wes Montgomery Live in '65

Jazz Icons

DVD - Close-ups of Montgomery's hands traversing the fretboard should be required viewing for any aspiring jazz guitarist. -- The Boston Phoenix


Doug Ramsey

Take Five: The Public and Private Lives of Paul Desmond

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Rarely in the annals of jazz biography has a subject's career been documented so thoroughly... a monumental work. -- Downbeat Magazine


Dave Brubeck

Jazz Icons: Dave Brubeck Live in '64 & '66

Jazz Icons

DVD - [Displays] the Dave Brubeck Quartet’s unique penchant for creating music that is uncompromisingly cool and smooth but still loaded with clever time-changes and shifting dynamics, brimming with character. -- Jambands.com


Johnny Hodges, Clark Terry, Duke Ellington, Harry Carney, Paul Gonsalves

Jazz Icons: Duke Ellington Live in ‘58

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DVD - This epic performance includes legendary players Clark Terry, Johnny Hodges, Harry Carney, Paul Gonsalves, Quentin Jackson and Ray Nance performing some of the most beloved American music ever written. -- Jazzitude.com

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