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About bichos

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  • Birthday 07/24/1968

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  • Location münster, germany
  • Interests jazz, charlie parker, proud of my son and my daughter

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  1. *** The Duke Ellington Corner ***

    thanks ian bradley for this interesting and informative blogspot link!! Keep boppin´ marcel
  2. *** The Duke Ellington Corner ***

    can you Name the musicians in this amazing film footage? is it from a garden Party in paris???? Keep boppin´ marcel
  3. not an answer to your original question...but here it is: Keep boppin´ marcel
  4. Can anyone ID the piano player?

    oh my goodness, the People at gettyimages had no idea of their Pictures. they put a date of a Picture of lester Young as ca. 1970!!!!!!!!!!!! what a shame!!!!!! Keep boppin´ marcel
  5. Happy Birthday, Bichos!

    thank you, mr. dan Gould. once again preparing my Holiday season in the sun. Keep boppin´ marcel
  6. Who's the bass player in this photo?

    i go for dave moore. i think the clock in the back is from studio 10 in the ndr funkhaus in hamburg, germany. so it is ndr jazzworkshop number 2 from november 14, 1958. keep boppin´ marcel
  7. Oscar Peterson session not on jazzdisco-

    Chapeau!, thanks James accardi. this was new Information to me! Keep boppin´ marcel
  8. Oscar Peterson session not on jazzdisco-

    who is ed stokes? i thought always Leonard feather was yelling "here Comes Charlie parker." Keep boppin´ marcel
  9. according to this site: fletcher Henderson was on the air via Station "wmaq" on july, 13. at 11 p.m. and on july, 11. at 11.30 p.m. Keep boppin´ marcel
  10. Eric Dolphy with the Platters.

    you can find all Information here: Keep boppin´ marcel
  11. Jazz Club USA

    yes, i found this four years ago at this old time Radio site. the interview with Leonard feather and bird at Show # 26 is very rare!! but it is not bud powell on piano as written, it is Billy taylor and Tommy potter on bass. also # 42 with lester Young is rare (among a lot of others, of course) Keep boppin´ marcel
  12. Stars of Birdland on Tour

    i´m not a musician, but is this ernie wilkins tune based on this?: i don´t have any liner notes to basie´s Verve recording but it is mentioned anywhere? Keep boppin´ marcel
  13. Discographies on the web

    here is another one with sound: keep boppin´ marcel
  14. The Choreography of Jackie & Roy

    i think they were always avant-garde from the beginning. btw this is also fine: keep boppin´ marcel