Geoff Muldaur: Letters From the Past

Geoff Muldaur combines blues, jazz and folk with chamber music for a rich reimagining of American song. As a youngster growing up in the 1950s, Geoff Muldaur plundered his older brother’s record collection, discovering treasures by jazz innovators Louis Armstrong, Bix Biederbecke and Jelly Roll Morton. The distinction between what was then called “trad jazz”

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