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REVIEW: George Coleman, 'A Master Speaks,' Smoke Sessions Records >>

Tenor sax man George Coleman, 80, doesn't like the studio. He's made that perfectly clear. The last time he was even in a studio was 14 years ago in 2002 for the all-star tribute CD 'Four Generations of Miles.' His last album as a leader was 19 years ago in 1997 ('I Could Write A Book: The Music of Richard Rodgers'). This is why the release of 'A Master Speaks' is such big jazz news.

One Night Only: All-Star Catcher Mike Piazza Joins Miami City Ballet >>

According to Andrea Torres of The Miami Herald, Major League Baseball's best-hitting catcher, Mike Piazza, made his debut in Richard Rodgers and George Balanchine's Slaughter on Tenth Avenue with Miami City Ballet on Friday night.

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