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John Coltrane Learns Music Through Practice and Apprenticeship

According to theologian Steven R. Guthrie, John Coltrane is one of a handful of musicians (including other greats like Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker, ...

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Cristian Murgu

April 18, 2013  11:22am

Did Monk play sax???

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