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Earl Coleman

An excellent ballad singer having a deep baritone tone of voice influenced by Billy Eckstine, Earl Coleman produced his place ever sold by saving “THAT IS Constantly” and “Dark Shadows” in 1947, while becoming accompanied by Charlie Parker. He previously sung previously with Jay McShann (1943) and Earl Hines (1944). Regardless of the achievement of “THAT IS Constantly” (that was a minor strike), Coleman hardly ever really captured on and was pretty obscure throughout a lot of his profession. He do record occasionally with famous brands Excess fat Navarro (1948), Artwork Farmer, Sonny Rollins (both in 1956), and by himself times, including two models for Xanadu (1977 and 1979) and one for Stash (1984).

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