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  • Dolphy (June 20, 1928 – June 29, 1964) was a jazz musician who played alto saxophone, flute, clarinet and bass clarinet. When you hear music, after it's over
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  • musician, humanitarian, comedian and poet. He played the piano, trumpet, saxophone, and guitar. While producing a prodigous number of books, he remains most
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  • conventional chord changes, and conventional ways of blowing or fingering a saxophone. Such practical 'limitations' did not even have to be overcome in his
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  • hold me. How my open arms ache! Try to fall for me. Kate Bush, in "The Saxophone Song" on The Kick Inside (1978) I'm dying for you just to touch me,
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  • Beat magazine jazz critic Ira Gitler to describe a new style of jazz by saxophone musician John Coltrane. The term also refers to a period of Coltrane's
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  • two years. Oh, brother!...I can't trust myself. I have this thing about saxophone players, especially tenor sax...I don't know what it is, they just curdle
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  • it. Lou: Lou come on now tot da tot the saxophone. Honka honka the saxophone. Tip-aty tip-aty top saxophone a go honka honka I don't like it. Mayor:
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  • Charlie Parker (1977) by Robert George Reisner, p. 27 Don't play the saxophone. Let it play you. As quoted in Words of Wisdom (1990) edited by William
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  • New York, New York is a 1977 musical-drama film about an egotistical saxophone player and a young singer who meet on V-J Day and embark upon a strained
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  • me. How I'm moved. How you move me With your beauty's potency. The Saxophone Song There's something very special indeed, In all the places where I've
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  • of instruments, including the guitar, harmonica, keyboards, drums, and saxophone. Featuring his characteristic growl — a unique mix of throaty folk, blues
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  • politicians. They eat soul food, they party with black women, they play the saxophone, but when it comes to domestic and foreign policy, they make the same
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  • indulged at last, Is equally converted into palms, Squiggling like saxophones. And palm for palm, Madame, we are where we began. ~ Wallace Stevens
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  • Each jazz musician when he takes a horn in his hand — trumpet, bass, saxophone, drums — whatever instrument he plays — each soloist, that is, when he
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  • solos as possible is the best method for someone in the early stages. But saxophone solos can be helpful. They're interesting because they're all single notes
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  • folks, and the worst thing a body can do is to take it away from us. “Saxophone Joe and the Woman in Black”, p. 212 That dichotomy between who she was
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  • whose anonymous dust lay with that of his blood and of the progenitors of saxophone players in Harlem honky-tonks. Speaking of a dog William Faulkner, Hamlet
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  • where holidays come from. If you haven't, I'd say it's time you begun. Saxophone Player: Nice work, bone daddy. Jack: I guess so. It's just like last year
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  • shade There where I used to stand. Deacon Blues I'll learn to work the saxophone. I'll play just what I feel. Drink Scotch whiskey all night long, And
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  • Drum on your drums, batter on your banjos, sob on the long cool winding saxophones. Go to it, O jazzmen. ~ Carl Sandburg 2 Zarbon 07:06, 12 December 2008
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