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Ghostly Jazz and Popular Song for Halloween, Part 2

Halloween jazzOn the heels of Ghostly Jazz and Popular Song for Halloween Part 1, here’s Part 2, with music from Miles Davis (“Sorcerer”), Sun Ra (“Hour of Parting”), Mildred Bailey (“Smoke Dreams”) Lee Morse (“T’ain’t No Sin to Take Off Your Skin and Dance Around in Your Bones”), Frank Kimbrough (“Ghost Dance”) and many more, on this Halloween edition of WFIU’s Afterglow.

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