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From Duke's 'Nutcracker' To A Cynical Carol, Jazz For Christmas

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Over the years, jazz musicians have produced a trove of recordings of carols and holiday music. Nick Spitzer, host of public radio's American Routes, called up NPR's David Greene to weigh in on some swinging, soulful and snarky jazz holiday favorites, some of which were created by the genre's most beloved and influential artists.

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