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    Mose Allison: Favorite Tracks

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    Yesterday, with the passing of jazz-folk pianist Mose Allison on Nov. 15, I posted a remembrance and my 2010 JazzWax interview in its entirety.

    Mose Allison (1927-2016)

    Mose Allison, a jazz-folk pianist and singer-songwriter who brought white rural imagery to the urban jazz scene and was highly regarded by every musician who played with him, even those who were initially wary of his Mississippi roots, died on Nov. 15. He was 89.

    Music for the Day After

    Whether you're overjoyed or devastated by the results of the American Presidential election, I'm turning JazzWax over to organists today to help readers celebrate or cope. The organ is the only instrument I know that can have it both ways:

    Joe Henderson: Mirror, Mirror

    IMG_0408Largely forgotten today is Joe Henderson, and I'm not quite sure why.

    Bob Cranshaw + Kay Starr

    GettyImages-526761058Bob Cranshaw (1932-2016), a Chicago-born jazz bassist who began recording in 1957 and became a significant force in the 1960s starting with Sonny Rollins' seminal album The Bridge, in 1962, died on Nov. 2. He was 83.

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