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Rudy, Don’t Fail

If nothing other than John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme had been recorded there, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.’s Van Gelder Studio would still indisputably qualify as a jazz shrine. But that cornerstone album was only one of thousands cut within the spacious room favored by everyone from Miles Davis to Herbie Hancock, Sonny Rollins, Wes Montgomery, McCoy Tyner, and too many others to count.

The studio, designed by David

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