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Dee Dee Bridgewater Meets Berklee - Can't Get Next To You (Live at Berklee)

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Vocalist and visiting artist Dee Dee Bridgewater performs The Temptations's "Can't Get Next To You" with student, faculty, and chairs at Berklee College of Music. This concert was produced by Gabrielle Goodman and Phil Lima in the Berklee Voice Department and Artistic Director of the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice, Terri Lyne Carrington.

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Voice: Dee Dee Bridgewater
Background vocalists: Taylor Christmon, Jordyn Elliott
Trumpet: Akili Bradley
Drums: TK Johnson
Bass: Oscar Stagnaro
Piano: Maxim Lubarsky
Trumpet: Tanya Darby
Guitar: Tyrone Chase
Saxophone: Walter Smith III, Tia Fuller, Edmar Colón

Video by Berklee Video Services
Recorded by Alex Rodriguez
Audio preo by Julie Papili
Audio mix by Stephen Trischitta
Mastered by Jonathan Wyner

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Berklee is the preeminent institute of contemporary music and the performing arts, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs at its campuses in Boston, Massachusetts, and Valencia, Spain, and through its award-winning distance learning program, Berklee Online. Dedicated to nurturing the creative and career potential of the world’s most inspired artists, Berklee’s commitment to arts education is reflected in the work of its students, faculty, and alumni—hundreds of whom have been recognized with Grammy, Tony, Oscar, and Emmy awards.

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