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NORMAN GRANZ' JAM SESSION #9

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John Birks Gillespie was born on October 21, 1917 in Cheraw, South Carolina, the youngest of nine children. He emerged as a trumpet player whose role as a founding father of modern jazz made him a major figure in 20th-century American music. His signature moon cheeks and bent trumpet made him one of the world's most instantly recognizable figures.

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NORMAN GRANZ' JAM SESSION #9 (the last one!). Norman Granz didn't invent the jam session, but he put it on the map. As a concert promoter and a record producer, he turned a concept as old as jazz itself into an international phenomenon. The Granz formula was simple: Put a bunch of talented musicians together, turn them loose on a program heavy on blues and standards, and wait for the sparks to fly. That formula always yielded memorable results, and the all-star studio recordings Granz produced between 1952 and 1954 were among the most memorable jam sessions of all time. The Personnel: Roy Eldridge, Trumpet--Flip Phillips, Tenor Saxophone--Bill Harris, Trombone--Herb Ellis, Guitar--Dizzy Gillespie, Trumpet--Oscar Peterson, Piano--Buddy DeFranco, Clarinet--Ray Brown, Bass--Louis Bellson, Drums. Funky Blues Lullaby In Rhythm

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