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Eiji Kitamura

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Japanese clarinetist who led swing-styled ensembles in the ’50s for this. Benny Goodman-Woody Herman inspired.

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Full Name Eiji Kitamura
Date Of Birth April 8, 1929
Music Songs What A Little Moonlight Can Do, My Ideal, Memories Of You, Good Bye, I Hadn't Anyone Till You, Petite Fleur, For Eiji, Guilty, In A Mellow Tone, Star Dust, As Long as I Live, BODY AND SOUL, Isn't It Romantic?, Jumpin' At The Woodside, Remember, I Must Have That Man, Diane, Mathilda, If I Had You, LOST IN A FOG, If You Still Want Me, On The Sunny Side Of The Street, I'M GONNA SIT RIGHT DOWN AND WRITE MYSELF A LETTER, YOU CAN DEPEND ON ME, Old Ragged Cross, Partita, Avalon, Stormy Weather, I SURRENDER DEAR, It's a Sin to Tell a Lie, I GOT RHYTHM, Smoke Get In Your Eyes
Albums Swing Sessions, Hit Kit Party, Japanese Jazz File, Song Folio, Full Clarinet, Sketch, Delivery, Impression-C.D. Sing a Swing With Digital


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