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Jack McDuff: Live in Concert, 1964

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In 1964, organist Brother Jack McDuff appeared at the Antibes Jazz Festival in Juan-les-Pins, France. He was backed by Red Holloway (ts), George Benson (g) and Joe Dukes (d). Like all videos shot in France, the following concert video provides an up-close look at what made these artists exceptional. A special thanks to Chris Cowles of Greasy Tracks, which airs weekly on Saturdays on WRTC-Hartford. [Photo above of Brother Jack McDuff by Francis Wolff (c)Mosaic Images]

Here’s the Brother Jack McDuff Quartet’s set…

      

Written by: Marc Myers

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