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Jazz Review: Kim Nalley's 'Blues People'

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Recent police shootings and civil unrest have made headlines, but they're also the inspiration for a new album by San Francisco singer Kim Nalley. It's a bit of a departure for Nalley, who's always been known for her stylish interpretations of songs by Nina Simone and Billie Holliday. This album is also different because it marks the first time she's including songs she's written herself. Jazz critic Andrew Gilbert reviews Nalley's new album, "Blues People."

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