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Richard Niles pays tribute to New York City for its innumerable contributions to popular music, including Tin Pan Alley, 52nd Stjazz,
Bob Dylan and the Greenwich Village folk scene, CBGB's, Max's Kansas City, the Brill Building, Studio 54, hip-hop and much more. Featuring archive material and input from Deborah Harry , Clem Burke , Afrika Bambaataa , John Cale , Joan Baez , the Beastie Boys, Suzanne Vega , Neil Sedaka ,
Nile Rogers, Phil Ramone and many others. First of two parts.
Producer Frank Stirling

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Richard Niles
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Bob Dylan
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Deborah Harry
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Clem Burke
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Afrika Bambaataa
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John Cale
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Joan Baez
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Suzanne Vega
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Neil Sedaka
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Phil Ramone
Producer:
Frank Stirling

Branford Marsalis highlights six albums of enormous significance to modern jazz. 3: This edition praises Miles Davis and Gil Evans 's 1958 instrumental version of Gershwin's Porgy and Bess.

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Branford Marsalis
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Miles Davis
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Gil Evans

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