Don Was

Blue Note Record

Bass player, producer, and president of Blue Note Record.

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Don Was has produced records for major musicians such as the Stones, Bob Dylan, the B-52s, John Mayer.

Music producer Don Was wants to get a new generation hooked on jazz

Don Was has produced records for major musicians such as the Stones, Bob Dylan, the B-52s, John Mayer.

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