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August 29, 2007


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Klaus Wulff

Newborn was called the greatest living Jazz pianist in 1964 by Leonard Feather, an Harlem Blues is a great Album. From the same session exists the Album Please Send Me Somebody to Love. He inspired five other pianists: James Williams, Donald Brown, Harold Mabern, Mulgrew Miller (you have no Interview with him here) and Geoff Keezer.
Cheers K. Wulff

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