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New Album by One of New Orleans' Best Kept Secrets.

Jazz Critic Kevin Whitehead reviews "Brothers For Life, the new album by saxophonist Earl Turbinton. Like many New Orleans jazz musicians, Turbinton moves between work in jazz and rhythm and blues. He's worked with musicians as diverse as blues guitarist B.B.King and Joe Sawinul, the founder of the fusion band Weather Report.

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Other segments from the episode on June 13, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, June 13, 1988: Interview with Chris Matthews; Review of Earl Turbinton's album "Brothers for Life"; Interview with Bharati Mukherjee; Commentary on the television show …

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