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Pops: A Life of Louis Armstrong

Pops: A Life of Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong is widely known as the greatest jazz musician of the twentieth century. He was a phenomenally gifted and imaginative artist, and an entertainer so irresistibly magnetic that he knocked the Beatles off the top of the charts four decades after he […]

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Music is a Buffet Line

Music is like a buffet table. Everyone brings their dish. Some bring 5 bean salad, or potato salad,or caesar salad, or cole slaw and others might bring something totally different like chocolate chip cookies, apple pie, green bean casserole, tuna salad. Some might just bring crackers, carrot […]

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Pictures with Great Musicians! :)

Dweezil Zappa & Me Return To Forever concert on August 26, 2011 Hiromi, Stanley Clarke, and I. Shaking hands with Stanley Clarke! WOOT! Sunday February 27, 2011 7:00pm Hiromi and I standing right outside of the Blue Note in Columbia, MO! Sunday February 27, 2011 7:00pm

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Tekila featuring Jazzy Jazz, Crawfish Festival, Kansas City, MO 8/27/2011

Danny’s Big Easy Crawfish Festival! The way 18th and Vine is supposed to be!

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Swing Girls – English Subtitles Part 4

Swing Girls English Subtitle Part 4 A film about Japanese students who form their own Big Band Jazz Band

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Swng Girls – English Subtitles Part 3

Swing Girls English Subtitle Part 3 A film about japanese students who form their own Big Band Jazz band

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Miles Davis Report

“Don’t play what’s there, play what’s not there.” –Miles Davis Miles Dewey Davis III was born in Alton, Illinois, on May 25, 1926. There were also two other children, an older sister and a younger brother. In 1928 the family moved to St. Louis, Illinois, where Davis’s […]

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Mary Lou William’s Report

“During the years I was with Andy Kirk we starved almost. I remember not eating for practically a month several times. But we were very, very happy because the music was so interesting, and you forgot to eat, anyway.” –Mary Lou Williams Mary Lou Williams was born […]

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My Mama Pinned a Rose on Me

This is a Cd with some of Mary’s famous Songs, and Performances. Enjoy!

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6 Original Boogie-woogie Piano Solos

Editorial Reviews Product Description These Solos were meant for collectors and/or really good pianists. Contents: Special Freight Bobo and Doodles Deuce WIld Twinklin’ The Duke and the Count Chili Sauce Mary Elfrieda Winn was born in Atlanta, Georgia on May 8, 1910. To keep order in the […]

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