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Good Jazz artists?

I recently got into jazz and I'm curios if anybody knows some really good artists where you can fear the sole when they are playing? Besides the obvious Miles, Coltrane and Satchmo.

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I'm a big fan of Lenny White, John McGlaughlin and the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Rufus Reid, Stanley Clarke, Stanley Jordan, John Pizzarelli, Herbie Hancock and above all, Django Reinhardt.

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Hello no name.  (what's with that?)    Herbie Hancock.   Keith Jarrett.

Gary Burton.   Stan Getz.    Wayne Shorter.    Bill Evans.  George Mraz.

  Chick Corea.   

  Ron.   (see no name - I have a name)   Wink

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