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July 31, 2014 1 views There's bebop, there's hard bopand then there's Thelonious Monk . It's not hard to imagine where the bebop pioneers found their new sound in the late 1940s, after World War II...Hard-charging, uber-fast soloists pushed the
Piano jazz in the late 1940s featured around 50 remarkable players, including Art Tatum, Bud Powell, Thelonious Monk, Al Haig, Teddy Wilson, Earl Fatha" Hines, John Lewis, Erroll Garner, Hampton Hawes, Lennie Tristano, Duke Jordan and Oscar Peterson.
Elmo Hope Published: 2014-06-27 All About Jazz is celebrating Elmo Hope's birthday today! This profile was inspired by an exceptional article here on All About Jazz by Derek Taylor called St. Elmo's Fire where he focuses and expands on Elmo Hope's
University of California Press 2013 All of the sudden, we have competing biographies of modern jazz pianist Bud Powell . For the longest only Francis Paudras' deeply sentimental memoir, Dance of the Infidels: A Portrait of Bud Powell (Da Capo, 1986)
B0079NR91C Peter Pullman, LLC 2012 The best biographies are well researched and annotated without being pedantic, informative without browbeating the reader and objective without indifference, or worse, malice. There exists excellent examples to
April 20, 2014 Sometimes the title of a record reveals that the music is something special. This is indeed the case with Argentinian pianist Francisco Lo Vuolo's solo piano album In Walked Francis . Anyone who is slightly familiar with Justo Lo Prete'
Da Capo Press 1998 Pianist Earl Randolph "Bud" Powell (1924-1966) is one of jazz's brightest stars and most tragic figures. The new millennium has enjoyed a renewed interest in Powell, his life and art with Alan Groves and Alyn Shipton's Glass
2014-03-04 Much has been written about Lester Young's influence on West Coast jazz saxophonists. Much less has been written about Bud Powell's impact on West Coast jazz pianists. In the early 1950s, many California pianists from Claude Williamson and
December 24, 2013 Pianist Howard Riley turned 70 in February and belatedly celebrates the event with the release of a new CD, Live with Repertoire ( NoBusiness Records ). It's a really strong live, solo set of standards and a few original tunes
And it just so happened it was Mr. B’s birthday.Click on the link here for Audio Player – Stars In Jazz w/Bud Powell Trio