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What’s New: November 2013

Rene Marie pays tribute to Eartha Kitt, Houston Person revisits some sides associated with Louis Armstrong, and more.

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Kitt got her tongue: Rene Marie channels the legendary singer and performer on her latest release.

On this latest “What’s New” edition of Afterglow you’ll hear the only hit song ever penned by a U.S. vice-president, the tune that helped songwriter Dave Frishberg eventually break into the biz, and music from a young up-and-coming vibraphonist (Warren Wolf) and a veteran (clarinetist and saxophonist Ken Peplowski).

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