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Ziggy Elman

Ziggy Elman (given birth to Harry Finkelman) had an impact about both big music group, golf swing, jazz, and klezmer music. His interpretation from the klezmer tune “Fralich in Golf swing,” documented in 1939 with vocalist Martha Tilton as “As well as the Angels Sing,” became a significant hit but …

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Zachary Breaux

Inspired by George Benson and Wes Montgomery, Zachary Breaux was a flexible guitarist who could deal with soul-jazz, post-bop, and hard bop in addition to more commercial pop-jazz and NAC music. Although jazzman only documented a small number of albums — including 1992’s Groovin’ and 1994’s Laidback, both on NYC, …

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Dave Grusin

Dave Grusin is a highly effective performer, manufacturer, composer, record label professional, arranger, and bandleader. Being a pianist, Grusin is likely toward the fusion and soft end of jazz, but he’s mainly an achieved film and tv soundtrack composer. Grusin used Terry Gibbs and Johnny Smith while their studies at …

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Julius Rudel

Julius Rudel was among the best-known American conductors and music administrators mainly connected with operatic performances. As a kid, he was deeply drawn to music, frequently went to the Vienna Philharmonic concerts and noticed a number of the great conductors of this, including Knappertsbusch, Furtwängler, and Walter. He started his …

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Manu Chao

Manu Chao helped start the Latin option movement in the past within the ’80s — though it had zero name then — and in his later on function he slice a cross-cultural swath across designs and geographic limitations. Chao was created on June 26, 1961, in Paris to Spanish parents …

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Camu Tao

Struck straight down in his prime, the past due underground rapper Camu Tao was an integral artist around the Definitive Jux label until 2008 when he died of lung malignancy. Given birth to Tero Smith in Columbus, OH, Camu Tao arrived up with the town’s MHz team, which also presented …

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Sidney Howard

b. Sidney Coe Howard, 26 June 1891, Oakland, California, USA, d. 23 August 1939, Tyringham, Massachusetts, USA. A well known and recognized playwright, Howard obtained considerable success within the theater with takes on such as for example Swords (1921), Casanova (1923, which he translated from Lorenzo De Azertis’ unique and …

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Tom Parker

b. Andreas Cornelius truck Kuijk, 26 June 1909, Breda, holland, d. 21 January 1997, NEVADA, Nevada, USA. Since his loss of life, there still continues to be bitter department about Parker. Was he Sam Katzman’s ‘biggest con musician in the globe’ or simply an unsophisticated fairground barker sucked right into …

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Al Stillman

Lyricist Al Stillman was created in NEW YORK in 1906. Ella Fitzgerald was one of the primary to popularize his music, recording “I’m Not really Complaining,” “I’m Up a Tree,” and “Don’cha Move ‘Method Mad”; Billie Vacation also sang many a Stillman lyric, including “I Desire I NEEDED You,” “With …

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Arthur Doyle

Saxophonist/flutist/vocalist Arthur Doyle is hardly by itself in his placement being a marginal jazz body. In an talent known because of its many studies and tribulations (both creative and economic), Doyle hasn’t produced his circumstance any less complicated by wanting to carve one path across the music’s outskirts. The actual …

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