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Posts tagged Gerry Mulligan

July 15, 2006

 

Something Cool

Do It Again: Jazz Remakes

Jazz artists have occasionally revisited albums years or decades after their original release, sometimes re-recording them in their entirety.

May 13, 2006

 

The Subterraneans

The Subterraneans: Putting Beats and Jazz On the Big Screen

This 1960 movie is the only film adaptation of a Jack Kerouac novel to date, employing a jazz score and Gerry Mulligan as a hip, saxophone-playing priest.

July 2, 2005

 

Jazz Studio 3 and 4: John Graas and Jack Millman

John GraasThis week on Night Lights it’s “Jazz Studio 3 & 4: John Graas and Jack Millman,” two more entries in Decca’s mid-1950s Jazz Studio series. John Graas was a classically-trained French horn player who worked with several famous big bands in the 1940s and who studied with both Lennie Tristano and West Coast music guru Wesley La Violette. In the 1950s he…

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Mr. B: The Billy Eckstine Story

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Billy Eckstine was a cultural pioneer who became one of the first black male solo singers to find success singing love songs.

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