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As The Leaves Turn To Gold, I've Got Music That's Old— The September Pilsner's Picks!

Yes, friends, summer is winding down, but I'm still winding up the old Victrola. Notable in this month's "grab bag," a great example of Duke Ellington's early "jungle sound," featuring the growling, snarling, low-down plunger-muted trumpet of the great Bubber Miley. Also, the aptly-named British theater organist Sidney Torch burns up the keyboard of a Mighty Wurlitzer, and don't miss the pure, driving New Orleans collective improvisation sound of Sam Morgan's Jazz Band. This kind of music is the "true coin," the genuine roots of jazz.

The rest of the program is pretty good, too— if I do say so myself ("plink, plunk, I pluck my guitar...")

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