[JPL] NYTimes.com: The Sounds of Morocco, the Influences of Monk

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ARTS / MUSIC | April 27, 2006
Jazz Review | Randy Weston: The Sounds of Morocco, the Influences of Monk
Randy Weston employed "Zulu" as an invocation on Tuesday night at the World Financial Center, teasing out its theme with a chordal rumble and an artfully halting cadence.

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