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'Fresh Air' at 20: Jazz Musician Marty Grosz

Fresh Air went national in 1987, and we're celebrating that 20th anniversary by revisiting some classic interviews. In this segment: German jazz artist Marty Grosz plays the music of Fats Waller. Rebroadcast from June 26, 1987.

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Other segments from the episode on May 10, 2007

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, May 10, 2007: Interview with Oliver Sacks; Commentary on Fats Waller; Interview with Tom Wolfe; Interview with Larry Adler.

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