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Harold Land

Harold Land can be an underrated tenor saxophonist whose shade has hardened as time passes and whose improvising design following the 1960s became influenced by (however, not a duplicate of) John Coltrane. He was raised in NORTH PARK and began playing tenor when he was 16. After functioning locally and …

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Ernestine Anderson

Positioned squarely within the mainstream, in the home within the worlds of jazz and pop standards along with the blues, more comfortable with little teams and big rings, Ernestine Anderson regularly received a whole lot of airplay about traditional jazz r / c. She match those demographics well with her …

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