Dayme Arocena's new album, Cubafonía, is out now. Courtesy of the artist/Larisa López hide caption

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06Mambo Na' Mà

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    Mambo Na' Mà
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    Cubafonía
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    Daymé Arocena
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    Brownswood
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    2017

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Remembering Dutch Jazz Pianist And Composer Misha Mengelberg

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Nate Smith's debut solo album is Kinfolk: Postcards From Everywhere. Laura Hanifin/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nate Smith's 'Kinfolk': A Study In Nomadic Jazz

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Harriet Tubman's new album, Araminta, is out now. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Harriet Tubman, 'Blacktal Fractal'

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Guitarist Larry Coryell, Godfather Of Fusion, Dies At 73

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Trudy Pitts performs on this week's Piano Jazz. Andrew Lepley/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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Trudy Pitts On Piano Jazz

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Al Jarreau, Versatile Vocalist Who 'Played His Voice,' Dies At 76

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Keith Ingham (center) appears with Hal Smith and Bobby Gordon on the cover of Music From The Mauve Decades. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Keith Ingham On Piano Jazz

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How 'Chattanooga Choo Choo' Became The World's First Gold Record

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Ravi Coltrane (left) performing with Matthew Garrison (center) and Jack DeJohnette (right) in October. Coltrane is nominated for Best Improvised Jazz Solo at the 2017 Grammy Awards for the title track from In Movement, recorded with Garrison and DeJohnette. Roberto Serra/Getty Images hide caption

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Piano Jazz: 2/3/2017

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From The Critic's Desk: A Preview Of 2017 In Jazz

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