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When Joe Jackson set out to create an album interpreting some of Duke Ellington's finest work, the musician intentionally avoided using horns. "It was actually the first real decision I made," Jackson said. "The first rule that I made was no horns. I think as soon as you start using trumpets and trombones and saxophones and clarinets, you're going to start sounding kind of like Duke Ellington,...

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