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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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  • 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
    1,015 bytes (171 words) - 17:15, 24 April 2014
  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • from. If you haven't, I'd say it's time you begun. Santa: Skeletons! 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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  • is for one throbbing moment replaced by the cool but smokey honk of a saxophone, alternately seductive and threatening. Midnight. The black growth on
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