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20/04/27(Mon)07:27:52 Chieo Yamada
No.185: Volume 26 Birds Eyes CD

Hi Brian,
You can contact with Paolo Piangiarelli.
philology@philologyjazz.it
Good Luck!

20/03/30(Mon)06:24:28 Brian Granville
No.184: Ohilology Volume 26 Birds Eyes CD

Hello: I am a Charlie Parker collector in California. I am searching for the CD called: Birds Eyes Volume 26 on the Philology Label W854. Does anyone have it or know where to buy it. I've tried Ebay and Amazon with no luck. Some day to try the Philology Label in Italy. Thanks, Brian

20/03/10(Tue)01:59:18 Bob
No.183: Barry Harris

An article from the Times.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/06/nyregion/barry-harris-jazz-workshop.html

20/03/10(Tue)01:57:50 Bob
No.182: Barry Harris

Interesting article from the Times about Barry Harris.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/06/nyregion/barry-harris-jazz-workshop.html

18/06/12(Tue)06:58:45 Emilio Gimenez Zapiola
No.181: more quotes

I think i can add a couple of quotes. In Koko (1945, Savoy), part of Alphonse Picou clarinet solo on High Society is quoted by Bird. Then, on Embraceable you (Dial, 1947, master take), the famous six note phrase in which is based Parker’s solo comes (in my opinion quite clearly) from As time goles by (You must remember this...) Big hug. Emilio, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

18/06/12(Tue)06:58:27 Emilio Gimenez Zapiola
No.180: more quotes

I think i can add a couple of quotes. In Koko (1945, Savoy), part of Alphonse Picou clarinet solo on High Society is quoted by Bird. Then, on Embraceable you (Dial, 1947, master take), the famous six note phrase in which is based Parker’s solo comes (in my opinion quite clearly) from As time goles by (You must remember this...) Big hug. Emilio, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

17/08/30(Wed)03:44:47 Bob Brown
No.179: An Op-Ed piece from the N.Y. Times

An interesting observation, posted for Bird's Birthday.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/29/opinion/charlie-parker-freedom.html?ribbon-ad-idx=9&rref=opinion

16/07/05(Tue)20:45:08 marcel
No.178: unheard bird d-cd

surprisingly my copy of the double cd arrives today. no time to hear something but it looks great!!!! :D



keep boppin´

marcel

16/01/11(Mon)02:10:00 marcel
No.177: where&when?: goodbye

according to phil schaap, the date is 11. february 1951 !!
it was Long under the date of 23. october 1950 (session B - last set).

Keep boppin´
marcel

16/01/10(Sun)12:15:43 Chieo
No.176: Where & When ? : Goodbye

I found out 2 datas regarding "Goodbye".
which is correct ?

1. unknown location Oct. 20th, 1950
2. Pershing Hotel Ballroom Oct. 23rd, 1950

Help me Anyone, please !

15/08/16(Sun)22:48:37 Yoichi
No.175: 18yo Charlie Parker playing photo

18yo Charlie Parker playing alto saxphone photo was discovered by Chack Haddix.
The drummer is Jesse Price?
- Bird at the Jelly Joint Jam c.1938
http://info.umkc.edu/specialcollections/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Bird-at-the-Jelly-Joint-JAM-2015-Aug-Sep-Oct.pdf

14/02/23(Sun)22:04:06 Yoichi
No.174: Re: new jazz book

Hi Barbara!

Thank you for interesting information.
Has Charlie Parker ever performed in Newark throughout his life?

14/02/22(Sat)05:51:08 marcel
No.173: new jazz book

so the Price of your book goes 1 Dollar up inbetween 3 minutes...

Keep boppin´
marcel

14/02/21(Fri)23:02:25 Barbara Kukla
No.172: No-Title

Thought your members would be interested in my new book, America's Music: Jazz in Newark which includes more than 40 references to Duke -- remembrances, ties to Newark, etc. It's a sequel to Swing City: Newark Nighlife, 1925-50, produced by Temple U Press in 1991. America's Music(324 pp., hard cover) includes 90 historic photos plus a Who's Who of Newark jazz. It's $30 per copy, including postage in the US, more elseqhere. For an order blank, contact me at bjkukla@aol.com.

14/02/21(Fri)22:59:57 Barbara Kukla
No.171: New Jazz Book

Thought your members would be interested in my new book, America's Music: Jazz in Newark which includes more than 40 references to Bird -- remembrances, ties to Newark, etc. It's a sequel to Swing City: Newark Nightlife, produced by Temple in 1991. America's Music (324 pp., hard cover) includes 90 historic photos plus a Who's Who of Newark jazz. It's $29 per copy, including postage in the US, more elsewhere. For an order blank, contact me at bjkukla@aol.com.

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