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Sony Resurrects A Historic Jazz Label
"The major-label landscape hasn't been hospitable to jazz in recent years, but there's a bit of good news on the horizon: OKeh Records, the label that released historic early recordings by Louis Armstrong, King Oliver and Duke Ellington, is being revived under the corporate umbrella of Sony Masterworks." The New York Times 01/09/13
Posted January 11, 2013 12:49 AM




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