Now jazz fans can enjoy the bleats of President Clinton's saxophone playing in their own homes. When Clinton visited Prague in January, Czech President Vaclav Havel gave him a tenor sax when they stopped at a jazz club. Clinton's renditions of "My Funny Valentine" and George Gershwin's "Summertime" were recorded and are being released on an 18-minute compact disc titled "Two Presidents' Jam Session," released by Czech Radio. Critics rated Clinton's performance at the Reduta Jazz Club as "very solid."
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