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FINDING YOUR ROOTS

Musical Royalty

  • Aired: 03/24/2012
  • 01:27
  • Rating: NR
Is musical talent tied to genetics? Branford Marsalis discusses his relative, Wellman Braud, a pioneering jazz bassist who played with jazz greats like Duke Ellington, and was one of the first musicians to employ the walking bassline.
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Branford Marsalis discusses his relative, a pioneering jazz bassist from New Orleans.
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