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This unbeatable bass player has over four decades of experience (including a star-making stint with Miles Davis) and his current album “Laid Black” illustrates how Marcus Miller is always pushing things to next-level genius.
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For some, “fusion” is a dirty word. It’s time to reconsider. Start your week with Stanley Clarke; end it with Herbie Hancock — and then decide.