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Bongo Beep - Charlie Parker - The Complete Savoy And Dial Studio Recordings 1944-1948 (CD)

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  1. Murg says:
    View album details: The Complete Savoy And Dial Studio Recordings by Charlie Parker in bquam's music collection.
  2. Kazrat says:
    Jazz album: “The Complete Savoy & Dial Studio Recordings ” by Charlie Parker, released in on Savoy Jazz. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
  3. Mikasa says:
    All roads lead back to Charlie Parker, and if ever a musician's recorded output is worth collecting in its entirety, it is leclockcourterstanwilmselibedeparthe.xyzinfo Louis Armstrong 's corpus of work is comparably important. Much of Parker's output has been made available over various box sets, of which the three most comprehensive are the 8-CD The Complete Savoy And Dial Studio Recordings (Savoy, ); the CD.
  4. Nikorr says:
    This article lists Charlie Parker's Savoy and Dial sessions as leader, which were recorded between and Also included is Miles Davis's first session as leader in , with Parker on tenor saxophone (Session 7).
  5. Yohn says:
    This really is the motherlode for Parker: every note of every studio recording he made for the Savoy and Dial labels, a body of work whose melodic, rhythmic and harmonic invention, and emotional impact, pretty much reinvented jazz and sent it in a direction which is still, albeit modified, in active service/5(30).
  6. Mikakazahn says:
    Song information for Bongo Beep - Charlie Parker on AllMusic. Song information for Bongo Beep - Charlie Parker on AllMusic The Complete Savoy and Dial Master Takes. Savoy Jazz: Proper Sales & Dist. Charlie Parker. A Studio Chronicle JSP: Charlie Parker. BD Jazz Series.
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  8. Zolobei says:
    If you’re reading this, you probably already know that Parker is, along with Armstrong, one of the two most significant musicians in the history of jazz, and you’ll have at least a hunch that the music from the sessions for the tiny Savoy and Dial labels collected across these eight discs is his most significant work (sessions for the Guild /5(30).

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