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The vault delivers jazz supreme in 2005

By Steve Greenlee
Globe Staff / December 26, 2005

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In 1965, the most exciting music in jazz was coming from trumpeter Miles Davis, saxophonist John Coltrane, pianist Thelonious Monk, and the outrageous bandleader Sun Ra. It was the year Miles recorded his glorious hard-bop album ''E.S.P." and his landmark sets with his quintet at the Plugged Nickel in Chicago. It was the year Coltrane put to record his 40-minute ... (Full article: 1408 words)

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