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Bill Kirchner

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Although saxophonist, author and educator Expenses Kirchner led his personal NY City-based non-et on a set of recordings for Ocean Air flow — 1983’s What IT REALLY IS to become Frank and the next year’s Infant Eye — for quite some time he was instead better known for his work from the spotlight, teaching jazz composition and jazz history in the Big Apple’s New College and arranging for artists including Dizzy Gillespie, Lee Konitz, and Patti Austin. From 1992, Kirchner also gained acclaim because the maker and annotator behind jazz reissues from brands including Mosaic, Verve, BMG, Dream, GRP and Columbia; his focus on 1996’s Smithsonian launch Big Band Renaissance: The Advancement from the Jazz Orchestra gained an NAIRD Indie award for Greatest Liner Records, while his attempts on 1997’s Kilometers Davis and Gil Evans: THE ENTIRE Columbia Studio room Recordings had been honored having a Grammy. Kirchner also edited the publication A Kilometers Davis Audience; in 1998, he also released Some Enchanted Evening, his 1st album in more than ten years. Trance Dance: Reside in Concert adopted a year later on.

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Full Name Bill Kirchner
Nationality American
Music Groups Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen
Albums King Of Dieselbilly, Hot Rod Lincoln - Live, Transatlanticana, Lost in the Ozone, Live from Deep in the Heart of Texas, Country Casanova, Hot Licks, Cold Steel & Truckers Favorites, Hammer of the Honky Tonk Gods, Seeds and Stems, Tied To The Wheel, Tombstone Every Mile, Raise a Ruckus, Tied to the Wheel & King of Dieselbilly, Word to the Wise, Have Love, Will Travel, Secrets of Our Souls


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Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Casanova II 1982 Dr. K (as Bill Kishner)
The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington 1977 Auto Executive with Pipe (uncredited)
Country Doc 1976 Crazy Crenshaw (uncredited)
Marilyn and the Senator 1975 Queep (as Bill Kaye)
Alice Goodbody 1974 Roman (uncredited)
Video Vixens! 1974 Reporter (uncredited)
The Danish Connection 1974 Herbert Steele (as William Kirchner)
A Star Is Born 1972 J.B. Goldstein (as Will Doo)
Double Exposure 1972 Brent (uncredited)
The Orgy Machine 1972 Dr. Werner von Sperm (uncredited)
Love Boccaccio Style 1971 Magistrate
The Corpse Grinders 1971 B.K. - Mort. Asst.
Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song 1971 as Bill Kirschner
The Flanders and Alcott Report on Sexual Response 1971 Dr. Christian Meadows
Up Your Alley 1971 At the Party
Look, No Panties! 1971 Bill Sr. (uncredited)
I Am Curious Tahiti 1970 Professor Masturbetti (as Bill Kirschner)
Infrasexum 1969 Mr. Harris (as W. Kirschner)
The Harem Bunch 1969 Beggar (as Bill Kersh)
The Quick and the Dead 1963
The Jim Backus Show 1960 TV Series
Bells Are Ringing 1960 Man with Kitchell (uncredited)
The Blue Angel 1959 Professor (uncredited)
Markham 1959 TV Series
The Diary of Anne Frank 1959 Workman in Shop (uncredited)
The Man Called X 1957 TV Series

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