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An internationally renowned trumpeter and headliner for jazz festivals around the globe, Clark Terry began his career in the 1940s and worked with legendary greats such as Count Basie and Duke Ellington. His love of music crossed over into education, and as director of the Clark Terry Great Plains Jazz Camp and noted author of books on trumpet technique, he is often referred to as ''America's #1 Jazz Educator.'' Now see up-close and live how this charistmatic performer's improvisation and love
By Blue Note Records
On this first volume of The Mose Chronicles, singer-songwriter and pianist Mose Allison brings his idiosyncratic brand of southern comfort to London for this well-cheered live session. Flanked by a crowd that wholeheartedly embraces both his sardonic drollery and the supple rhythm section of bassist Roy Babbington and drummer Mark Taylor, Allison is in top form in this enthralling program that's characteristically wry and full of sharp wisdom. Mose is always divinely swinging, too, leveraging