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Bud Powell: Birth of Bop Piano

Bud Powell: Birth of Bop Piano

On May 2, 1945, pianist Bud Powell was in a New York studio recording with tenor saxophonist Frankie Socolow. Four months earlier, Powell had endured a beating by the police in jny: Philadelphia while on tour with the Cootie Williams Orchestra. After playing a dance in January, Powell had been found drunk in a train station ...


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