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Dave Brubeck tells the story of how the album Time Out came to be released and the record label’s initial reaction to the platinum selling album.
Brubeck recounts the story about a piece of music he wrote for an “easy laugh” but was the musician’s effort to make a statement about segregation.
Billy Taylor describes the jazz scene in Washington D.C. and his trips to the Howard Theater as a teenager.
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The panelists share their thoughts on the evolution of jazz music.
Brubeck and Lewis share their thoughts on music education in the United States.
Jazz Master, Dave Brubeck, discusses how he adopted his own sound while serving overseas during World War II.
Ramsey Lewis describes how jazz has transformed over the years from the music of the “folk.”
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