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The bandleader and composer was reserved in talking about his experiences of racism. But his music speaks volumes
Morrison demonstrates how imagining music in the mind’s ear can function in literature
The pop star’s latest album nods to architect John Lautner. Is it anything more than a metaphor gone wrong?
The jazz world was blessed to have composer and arranger Billy Strayhorn
The folk-rock podcast epitomises how ‘fan’ and ‘artist’ can now exist as equals
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