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Glorious Days and Nights: A Jazz Memoir

Format: Hardcover

Language: English

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Size: 8.22 MB

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We get sax, clarinet, flute, organ and vibes besides the usual instruments. The Beatles dominated the charts and spurred on the British Invasion that characterized much of the decade. We take our listeners many places, it's a musical journey. Overall, the thrust of New Orleans jazz was to emphasize the ensemble more than any one soloist. French guitarist Bireli Lagrene, who had originally gained notoriety as a child prodigy who could uncannily imitate the style of Django Reinhardt, recorded and toured with bassist Jaco Pastorius.

Pages: 176

Publisher: University Press of Mississippi (January 4, 2011)

ISBN: 1604738448

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