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James Carter Organ Trio

Jun 7, 2013 Updated May 9, 2014

ABC Jazz got the opportunity to catch up with the James Carter Organ Trio, as they prepared for their performance in Melbourne. More here.

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2013 MIJF 102 James Carter gallery

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James Carter Organ Trio

James Carter; flute, alto, tenor, soprano
Gerard Gibbs; Hammond B3
Leonard King; drums, vocals

Interview: Jessica Nicholas
Pictures taken at soundcheck
June 7, 2013
Melbourne Recital Centre
Melbourne International Jazz Festival
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James Carter, Jim Carter, or Jimmy Carter may refer to: Contents 1 Public officials, 2 Sports, 3 Entertainers, 4 Other uses, Public officials: James Carter (judge) (1805-1878), British jurist in Canada, Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr., born 1924), 39th President of the United States, James Earl Carter, Sr. (1894-1953), father of former US president Jimmy Carter, James G. Carter...

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