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Alphonse Trent
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Incidentally, Jo Trent was one of the few black lyricists of the 1920s and 1930s to regularly collaborate with white composers (most notably Peter DeRose) as

Nick Dellow
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R: Re: [RedHotJazz] Class of 2014
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M P; Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone. P M P M O P PM P L From: bruce talbot brucetalbot@verizon.net [RedHotJazz] Sent: Sunday, February 22, 2015 10:50 AM

antcol9
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Class of 2014
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https://uk-mg-bt.mail.yahoo.com/neo/launch?.partner=bt-1&.rand=3439cia876sk7#mail I have highlighted and copied to the openming of this mail the address of the

ROBERT R. CALDER
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New Jazz Film to Make History
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Okay, board cleaned up and flood stopped. Already received the ad as a private msg and did not consider forwarding it, strongly suspecting pam – which has

Patrice Champarou
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Feb 19

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Louis Armstrong 1926
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Gentlemen: If I may offer an intro to my film/video work, I made, with help from my colleagues & musician friends, a documentary on Chester Zardis, titled

Preston McClanahan
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Feb 17

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The other "Liza" -
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A few months ago John McCusker explained the [probable] anachronism of "Woodland Band" as an Ory-band name to me, which made sense to me but somehow must not

Andrew G Taylor
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Clem Raymond
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thanks Mordechai seems never reissued CD.

David Brown
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Race Records
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The piano duet on the Bix and his Gang recording of Louisiana is played by Lennie Hayton and Roy Bargy according to Rust in Jazz Records (6th edition). We had

Nick Dellow
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Jan 22
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