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ARTICLE: RADIO

Yardbird - The Savoy and Dial Recordings of Charlie Parker (1945 - 1948)

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Emerging from the Jay McShann Orchestra in Kansas City and relentlessly curious about how to play the new music he heard in his head, Charlie Parker found sympathetic players in New York, especially Dizzy Gillespie. In November of 1945, Bird, as he was universally known, began to record with his own quintets and sextets in a ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Count Basie - Dueling Tenors and the Great American Rhythm Section (1937 - 1940)

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In the eleventh hour of Jazz at 100, we followed Count Basie through the Benny Moten Band in Kansas City and heard his first recordings as a leader. In 1937, after Benny Moten's death, he took the nation by storm with his driving band lead by the “All American Rhythm Section" and the dual tenor saxophones ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Tom Artwick: Jazz Scenes: Music from the Movies

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A pleasant album of themes from various movies, seamlessly performed for an appreciative audience by five able musicians whose earnest labors affirm that there is an abundance of talented artists in this country whose endeavors pass largely unnoticed unless concerts such as this one are recorded and released so that a wider audience is able to ...