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The Giant Legacy of Rudy Van Gelder

Recording Engineer m: Rudy Van Gelder died at home of natural causes on August 25th at the age of 91. His legacy--and it's a big one--is the countless recordings he made during modern jazz's greatest period of innovation. Almost any jazz musician of note who was making records--especiall... [ read more ]
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