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Frances Faye

Fans of woman vocalists from the ’50s inevitably bemoan having less respect directed at among the true greats. Frances Faye, like Peggy Lee, was a dishy, relatively off-kilter blonde who could scribble out a imply tune once the feeling strike her. She was in fact a recording existence in the …

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Bernard Besman

Bernard Besman had not been mixed up in record business for lengthy, but he produced a significant contribution towards the advancement of metropolitan blues music because the maker of John Lee Hooker’s early discs. Once a pianist, Besman got involved with record distribution in Detroit after Globe War II, offering …

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Bob Crowder

b. Robert Henry Crowder, 1912, USA. Through the early 30s Crowder performed tenor saxophone with several territory bands based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Then transferred to Chicago where he performed in big rings led by Horace Henderson, Earl Hines among others, and in little groupings with Coleman Hawkins. Although carrying on …

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Berlin Deutsche Opera

The Berlin Deutsche Oper, famed because of its large repertoire and high standards, is among the world’s great opera homes. On November 12, 1912, the 2000-chair Deutsche Opernhaus opened up with Beethoven’s Fidelio. The home was intended like a “Winter season Bayreuth,” modeled after Richard Wagner’s personal summer event opera …

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Joe Masek

Joe Masek is a name that could inspire jazz hornmen to munch on their fingernails as well as their reeds, desperately wondering whether they’ll ever get yourself a chance to listen to a sample from the man’s using. They’ll search in vain for Masek’s 1935 recordings with one “Charlie LaVera” …

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David A. Young

David A. Little was a tenor saxophonist with Horace Henderson, Fletcher Henderson, Roy Eldridge, Lucky Millinder, and Sammy Cost, among others. Youthful was raised in Chicago where he initial studied music. Starting his profession in 1932; he also offered in he Navy during Globe War II. Following the program, Little …

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Aniceto Menezes

Aniceto Menezes is definitely the best improviser in the annals from the Carioca samba. As typical among the historical sambistas, he documented inadequate, debuting in 1965 around the LP Quem Samba Fica, which interpreted “Dora” (folklore), made by radioman Adelzon Alves. He also documented O Partido Alto de Aniceto e …

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Nelson de Seixas Ferreira

Nelson de Seixas Ferreira wrote, among many songs, the strikes “Suave Melodia” and “Êxtase.” He was an associate from the orchestras of Romeu Silva, Napoleão Tavares, and Dedé, also having proved helpful in the nightclubs which elaborated the gafieira design, just like the Avenida Danças.

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J. Cascata

Author of “Lábios Que Beijei,” “Maria,” and “Quem Foi,” a number of the biggest strikes of, respectively, Orlando Silva, Sílvio Caldas, and Carlos Galhardo, and having used Leonel Azevedo in another of the main compositional duos from the Golden Age group of Brazilian radio (“Mágoas de Caboclo,” “História Joanina,” “Juramento …

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Bob Burnet

Although Bob Burnet hardly ever became famous himself, he was well included as the trumpet soloist using the Charlie Barnet Orchestra throughout a period when Barnet was needs to produce it big. Burnet started on drums when he was five and afterwards performed piano and banjo. At college at one …

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