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Jazz Decades – September 10, 2009

In this edition of Jazz Decades, Ray Smith features Don Redman's "It's A Great World, After All " from 1932 and the work of Rosy McHargue and his Ragtimers from 1953.

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From the Archives: Jazz Decades features traditional jazz, big band, and swing from the 20th century and earlier, including recordings from as early as 1890. Host Ray Smith was the voice of Jazz Decades for more than 30 years, culling his programs from the more than 90,000 titles in his personal collection.

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