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Tea for Two - Anita O'Day

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Three and a half year old
digging Anita O'Day

People who say that the jazz audience is aging (and dying) are out of their minds.

Anyone - regardless of age - who loves good music is going to love jazz.

If kids don't listen to jazz maybe it's because the media and the schools are not giving kids a chance to experience it.

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