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Jimmy Heath (10/25/26 – 1/19/20)

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Picture of Heath (Xanadu, 1975)

Backed with one of the best rhythm sections of its era (or indeed any other), Heath gives unimpeachable evidence of his two greatest gifts: one for pithy, lyrical compositions, and another for refocusing the shapes of

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