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  1. Howard McGhee (March 6, 1918 – July 17, 1987) was one of the first American bebop jazz trumpeters, with Dizzy Gillespie, Fats Navarro ... Discography ...

  2. The Blue Note Label: A Discography. ISBN 0-313-31826-3 [2nd ed 2001] Marsh, Graham & Glyn Callingham. Blue Note: Album Cover Art. ISBN 0-8118-3688-6. Marsh, Graham Blue Note 2: The Album Cover Art: The Finest in Jazz Since 1939. ISBN 0-8118-1853-5 [US edition] Wolff, Francis et al. Blue Note Jazz Photography of Francis Wolff. ISBN 0-7893-0493-7

  3. › wiki › Alan_McGeeAlan McGee - Wikipedia

    Alan John McGee (born 29 September 1960) is a Scottish businessman and music industry executive. He has been a record label owner, musician, manager, and music blogger for The Guardian.

  4. The jams which took place at the Royal Roots, Bop City, and Birdland between 1948 and 1949, when Howard McGhee, tenor saxophonist Brew Moore, Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie sat in with the Machito orchestra, were unrehearsed, uninhibited, unheard of before jam sessions which at the time, master of ceremonies Symphony Sid called Afro-Cuban jazz.

  5. Miles Davis was an American trumpeter, bandleader and musical composer.His major (without bootlegs, etc.) discography consists of at least 61 studio albums, 39 live albums, 46 compilation albums, 26 box sets, 4 soundtrack albums, 57 singles and 3 remix albums.

  6. Early life. Frankie Laine was born Francesco Paolo LoVecchio on March 30, 1913, to Giovanni and Cresenzia LoVecchio (née Salerno). His Cook County, Illinois, birth Certificate, No. 14436, was already Americanized at the time of his birth, with his name written as "Frank Lovecchio," his mother as "Anna Salerno," and his father as "John Lovecchio," with the "V" lower case in each instance ...

  7. Howard McGhee Sweet Potato / Night Mist Melodisc, 1946 1946 Studio Howard McGhee Riff G.M. / Is It A Sin Clear Tone, 1946 1946 Studio Gene Morris G-Ing With Gene / Laughing At Life Clear Tone, 1946 1946 Studio Gene Morris Hot Piano Tops, 1946 January 1, 1946 Studio Wilbert Baranco: I Thought You Ought To Know / The Voot Is Here To Stay