Ko Ko - Charlie Parker - Early ;Bird; (CD)

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  2. Charlie Parker - The Happy "Bird" (Charlie Parker PLP ) Charlie Parker Live Boston, Philadelphia, Brooklyn (EPM Musique (F) FDC ) Charlie Parker - Bird With The Herd (Alamac QSR ) Charlie Parker - More Unissued, Vol. 1 (Royal Jazz (D) RJD ) Charlie Parker - New Bird, Vol. 2 (Phoenix LP 12).
  3. CD 6 1. Oh, lady, be good! 2. A night in Tunisia 3. Dizzy atmosphere 4. Groovin' high 5. Confirmation 6. Ko-ko 7. Embraceable you 8. Ornithology 9. Cherly Ko-ko Bird of paradise Now's the time CD 7 1. Sweet Georgia brown (Part 1 + 2) 2. Lady be good (Part 1 + 2) 3. Ballad Medley a) All The Things You Are Dearly Beloved c) The.
  4. Aug 27,  · Charlie Parker was born Aug. 29, On his birthday, we remember the jazz legend with a report that aired on Weekend Edition in August The man people called "Bird.
  5. * Spotlite (E) SPJ Jay McShann Orchestra Featuring Charlie Parker - Early Bird * Onyx ORI Charlie Parker First Recordings! * Stash ST-CD Charlie Parker With Jay McShann And His Orchestra - Early Bird. Jay McShann And His Orchestra. Buddy Anderson, Harold Bruce, Orville Minor, trumpet; Joe Taswell Baird, trombone; John Jackson, Charlie Parker, alto sax; Harold .
  6. Charlie Parker, the man they nicknamed ‘Bird’, was one of the most important figures in the development of jazz and in particular be-bop. His was a thoughtful kind of jazz; the fact that he was a.
  7. A classic early album from Charlie Parker on Verve – and one that may well support one of the strangest cover illustrations ever done by the great David Stone Martin! The image of a bird-headed Parker blowing alto is more than compelling enough – but inside, the music is even better – pulled from a variety of different early Parker sessions for Norman Granz – showing some of the real.
  8. " Ko Ko " (also spelled " Ko-Ko " or, less frequently, " KoKo ") is a bebop recording composed by Charlie Parker. The original recorded version features Parker on alto saxophone with trumpeter Miles Davis, double bassist Curley Russell and drummer Max Roach.

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