Joe

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  1. Jimmy Giuffre on Verve: 1959-1961

    Perhaps. I thought the Debussy model was more "relevant" to the trio with Ralph Pena and Jim Hall, but I could be misremembering. Need to dig out that TALKS AND PLAYS set on CELP...
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    Dick Trickle Don Rickles Don Sickler
  3. Jimmy Giuffre on Verve: 1959-1961

    I'd never really thought about this before, but it is kind of amazing to think that Giuffre's last Verve date with his quartet — IN PERSON — dates from July 1960. By March of 1961, his new trio with Bley and Swallow is making a very different kind of music. Seems/feels like a fairly rapid "evolution" to me. (Understanding that there's interrupted continuity from some of Giuffre's 50s work to the "3" recordings.)
  4. Grant Green: "Iron City"

    Awesome pic!
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    Ubu Roi David Thomas Wendy
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    The Virgin Mary Sir Richard Branson Boxcar Willie
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    Sandy Pearlman Buck Dharma The Reaper
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    Armand Hammer Legs McNeil Hot Lips Page
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    Rooster Cogburn Henny Youngman Chick Webb
  10. I consider Esteban Jordan to be the Sonny Rollins of norteno. I am guessing you are familiar with his work?
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    Betty Crocker Duncan Hines Chef Boyardee
  12. Native American Jazz

    This resource may be of interest. https://hartfordjazzsociety.com/2017/07/21/native-americans-in-jazz-present-and-past/ Mildred Bailey was not a name I expected to see on this list.