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A Global 'Soul Quest' With Jazz Artist Keiko Matsui

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Jazz artist Keiko Matsui poured her heart into rebuilding Japan after the tsunami there. Her latest album, Soul Quest, focuses on love, loss, spirituality and environmental consciousness. She speaks with host Michel Martin about how she sends a message without any lyrics, and why she got detained during her tour in Europe.
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