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  1. bertand - give Nasar my email address and I will provide him with my cell phone #. I'd love to speak with him. jeeves2nd@aol.com Steve Siegel
  2. My latest article on jazz artists associated with Buffalo, N.Y. https://jazzprofiles.blogspot.com/2020/08/frankie-dunlop-monks-drummer-by-steve-h.html
  3. Coltrane and Holiday. In honor of their passing - both on July 17. Trane in 1967 and Lady in 1959.
  4. Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones

    "Prolific" is a rather overused term. But Chambers appeared on 151 albums in his short life. When you consider the time that he spent on the road, the fact that he spent his entire adult life dealing with a heroin addiction as well as alcoholism and that he was dead at 33 of TB, it is remarkable that he managed to leave such a recording legacy.
  5. Hoist a glass!! 50 years ago today (03/02/1959) at 2:30 PM the first recording session for Kind of Blue commenced at the 30th St. studio of Columbia records.