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  1. Kazrakora

    Charlie Parker, Category: Artist, Albums: Work From Home with Charlie Parker, The Savoy inch LP Collection, Unheard Bird: The Unissued Takes, Charlie Parker With Strings (Deluxe Edition), The Complete Live Performances On Savoy, Singles: Ko-Ko, Savoy Jazz Super EP: Charlie Parker, Vol. 2, Savoy Jazz Super EP: Charlie Parker, Vol. 1, Top Tracks: Summertime, All The Things You Are, .
  2. Nakree

    Charlie Parker song lyrics collection. Browse lyrics and Charlie Parker albums.
  3. Vozragore

    About Charlie Parker. Alto saxophone giant Charlie Parker can rightfully be considered the father of modern jazz. Originally from Kansas City, Charlie Parker moved to New York permanently in , playing with Jay McShann's big band, then with Earl Hines and Billy Eckstine. During this period, however, something else was brewing.
  4. Doulabar

    Someone--perhaps Parker, who has stopped playing the alto--shouts to the studio: "Hey, hey! Hold it!" To get their attention, he whistles and claps his hands loudly. The tape suddenly ends. Master take (take two) Introduction. The opening of this performance is identical to the previous take: the two horns enter with a pre-composed melody.
  5. Yozshumi

    – Dizzy Gillespie/Charlie Parker Quintet* Ko-Ko Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker Bass – Al McKibbon Drums – Joe Harris (3) Piano – John Lewis (2) Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie Written-By – Parker* 13 – Charlie Parker Quintet* Bird Of Paradise4/5(2).
  6. Kazrajind

    Nov 07,  · Charlie Parker was a master at the saxophone, and more importantly, a master of improvisation. 'Ken Burns JAZZ: The Definitive Charlie Parker' collects 16 Parker sides from various labels, including Savoy, Dial and Verve. Alright look, in terms of years, this is about as comprehensive a Parker collection you can get on the market/5(26).
  7. Arakora

    Charlie Parker, American alto saxophonist, composer, and bandleader, a lyric artist generally considered the greatest jazz saxophonist. Parker was the principal stimulus of the modern jazz idiom known as bebop, and—together with Louis Armstrong and Ornette Coleman—he was one of the three great.
  8. Voodooramar

    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Charlie Parker - The Charlie Parker Gold Collection at Discogs. Complete your Charlie Parker collection.4/5(3).
  9. Malalmaran

    Song information for Koko - Charlie Parker on AllMusic. From Swing to Bebop: Recordings by the Best Performers of the Greatest Era in Jazz.

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