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Saxophonist James Clay's Comeback Album

Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews the musician's new CD, "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart." Clay was part of the progressive jazz movement in the 50s. Whitehead says the saxophonist's playing has evolved since his days working with Don Cherry.



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Other segments from the episode on April 2, 1991

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 2, 1991: Interview with Alex Kotlowitz; Interview with Barry Michael Cooper; Review of James Clay's album "I Let a Song Go out of My Heart."


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