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Rediscovering The Enormous Social And Spiritual Legacy Of Black Jazz Records

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Doug Carn, left, with his wife, Jean Carn, in a detail from the cover of their album Spirit of the New Land, released on Black Jazz Records in 1972.

As jazz experienced an awakening in the late ’60s and early ’70s , a record label from Oakland was at the forefront of capturing it. Now, those records are finally returning.

(Image credit: Courtesy of Real Gone Records)

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