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Jane Russell

Actress/vocalist Jane Russell was most widely known while Marilyn Monroe’s brunette sidekick in the 1953 film adaptation from the 1949 music Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and on her behalf other looks in films from the 1940s and ’50s, notably her debut in the racy (because of its period) The Outlaw. But …

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Russell Jacquet

The older brother of tenor saxophonist Illinois Jacquet, Russell frequently caused his brother over time but under no circumstances achieved very much fame. He originally performed in the Midwest using the California Playboy Music group (1934-1937), an organization that also included another sibling (Linton Jacquet) on drums. Jacquet caused Floyd …

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Charles Gayle

Charles Gayle made his initial significant effect on the free of charge jazz picture with some critically acclaimed NY performances on the Knitting Stock in the mid- to late ’80s. The tenor saxophonist’s hyper-kinetic free of charge expressionism attracts on stylistic gadgets pioneered in the ’60s with the past due …

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General Crook

Soulful and innately cool, like James Brownish or Dyke of Dyke & the Blazers fame, General Crook manufactured groovy records with feeling rather than trim anything mundane; regrettably, hits simply weren’t in his graph. Crook was created on Feb 28, 1945, in Mound Bayou, MS, and elevated in close by …

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Don Helms

The steel guitar of Don Helms can be an essential part of a lot more than 100 recordings by Hank Williams, like the country landmarks “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” “Cold, Cold Heart,” and “I CANNOT MAKE IT (If I’m Still deeply in love with You).” Pursuing Williams’ loss of life, the …

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Eddie “Rochester” Anderson

b. 18 Sept 1905, Oakland, California, USA, d. 28 Feb 1977, LA, California, USA. An acting professional, vocalist and comedian, having a hoarse tone of voice and extremely cellular eye, whose portrayal on radio, tv and film of the type of Rochester, comedian Jack port Benny’s acerbic manservant, founded him …

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Christie MacDonald

b. 28 Feb 1875, Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada, d. 25 July 1962, Westport, Connecticut, USA. Educated simply because an opera vocalist, MacDonald grew up in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Performing skillfully from 1892, her NY appearances contained in Homosexual Paree (1899), The Princess Chic (a Kirk LaShelle-Julian Edwards present where she …

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Irv Kluger

Irv Kluger was a good drummer who helped every program that he was on without gaining very much fame. Kluger began on violin but shortly turned to drums. He started playing appropriately when he was 15 and his initial major work was with Georgie Auld’s Orchestra during 1942-1943. He previously …

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Billy Moore

b. William Moore Jnr., 7 Dec 1917, Parkersberg, Western Virginia, USA, d. 28 Feb 1989, Copenhagen, Denmark. Although he was a reliable pianist, it had been as an arranger that Moore produced his greatest tag on jazz. A significant contributor towards the advancement of big music group organizing in the …

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Bobby Bloom

Kept in mind most for his nice, bubbly 1970 album Montego Bay, Bobby Bloom also performed a role like a songwriter and entrepreneur linked to the Kama Sutra/Buddah band of labeling. He did executive work for several performers, including Louis Jordan and Shuggie Otis. He created a generating/songwriting collaboration with …

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