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More from Clifford Brown

Read "More from Clifford Brown" reviewed by Nick Catalano

Ever since I wrote the biography of Clifford Brown (Oxford University Press, 2000) I've been hoping that someone would come forth with some newly discovered recording, some new photos of Brownie, or some new piece of information about his life that wasn't available at the time the book was published. One of the great bonuses of ...

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Paul Desmond: Take Ten

Read "Paul Desmond: Take Ten" reviewed by Doug Ramsey

This article appears in Chapter 28 of Take Five: The Public and Private Lives of Paul Desmond by Doug Ramsey (Parkside Publications, 2005). When Desmond had time off from the Brubeck group, he was likely to be recording under his own name. Beginning with the first Desmond Blue session, he and Jim Hall ...

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Doug Ramsey: Rifftides

Read "Doug Ramsey: Rifftides" reviewed by Jason Crane

Doug Ramsey is a broadcast and print journalist with an extensive background in jazz writing. He is the author of several books, including Take Five: The Public and Private Lives of Paul Desmond, for which he won an ASCAP Deems Taylor Award. He has contributed to JazzTimes since 1975 and, before that, wrote regularly for Down ...


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