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Roy Smeck

You might recognize the name Roy Smeck just as much for his own prolific recordings for the a large number of acoustic guitar instruction books he issued through the entire years. Blessed with a few of the most nimble fingertips imaginable, Smeck’s method of music frequently bordered around the showy, …

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Dick Voynow

You can find more different recordings of “Riverboat Shuffle” than there have been years in the life span of the person who wrote and published the jazz standard in collaboration using the better-known Hoagy Carmichael and Irving Mills. One reason behind Dick Voynow’s comparative lack of popularity is his position …

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Jimmy Hartwell

A multi-instrumentalist whose surname appears like a cheery if abbreviated survey from a cardiologist, Adam Hartwell came and went within a shroud of secret. While the information on his loss of life are completely unidentified, his mother evidently took time faraway from her profession as an organist to provide delivery …

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Al Gandee

b. Albert Gandee, 1900, USA, d. 3 June 1944, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. A reliable trombonist, Gandee’s short hour of popularity resulted from a spell using the Wolverines with whom he documented in 1924. He thought we would earn his surviving in later on years beyond music although he continuing to …

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