Steve Newman’s Jazz Groove — Tubby Hayes

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Jazz of the 20th century is as much about recordings as it is about musicians, and when a particular musician, or group of musicians, record something exceptional that recording instantly becomes a bench mark of excellence, and an inspiration for future musicians (think of Miles Davis’s Kind of Blue for instance) and something of a friend and companion for…

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