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Benny Goodman

Benny Goodman (1942) Benjamin David "Benny" Goodman (born May 30, 1909 in Chicago, Illinois, † June 13, 1986 in New York City, New York) was an American jazz musician (clarinetist) and band leader.

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A gal in calico

A Gal in Calico is a pop song written by Arthur Schwartz (music) and Leo Robin (lyrics) and published in 1946.

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Aaron Sachs

Aaron Sachs Aaron Sachs (born July 4, 1923 in New York City - † June 5, 2014) was an American jazz saxophonist (tenor and alto saxophone), flautist and clarinetist, band leader and composer of swing and modern jazz.

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Abe Most

Hickory House, New York, circa June 1947. Photograph by William P. Gottlieb. Abraham Elijah "Abe" Most (born February 27, 1920 in New York City, † October 10, 2002 in Los Angeles) was an American clarinetist and alto saxophonist who played swing jazz.

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AC / DC

AC / DC is an Australian hard rock band formed in 1973 by Scottish-born brothers Angus and Malcolm Young.

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Adrian Rollini

Adrian Rollini on vibraphone with guitarist Allen Hanlon, probably in the 1940s Photo: William P. Gottlieb Adrian Francis Rollini (born June 28, 1903 in New York, † May 15, 1956 in Homestead (Florida)) was a multi-instrumental jazz musician of the early jazz and the swing era.

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African Patrol

African Patrol is a British crime television series that was produced in the British colony of Kenya in 1957/58.

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After you've gone

After You've Gone is a pop ballad that Turner Layton wrote based on a text by Henry Creamer and published in 1918.

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Ain’t Misbehavin ’(jazz standard)

Ain’t Misbehavin ’is a song by Fats Waller / Harry Brooks and a text by Andy Razaf, which was composed in 1929 for the night revue Hot Chocolates.

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Al block

Albert "Al" Block (* 1925/26; † August 15, 2015, accessed on October 12, 2015, communication from the Darmstadt Jazz Institute on August 19, 2015) was an American jazz musician (alto and tenor saxophone, flute).

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Al Hendrickson

Alton Reynolds "Al" Hendrickson (born May 10, 1920 in Eastland (Texas), † 2007 in North Bend (Oregon)) was an American jazz and studio musician (guitar, also banjo, mandolin, vocals).

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Al J. Neiburg

Allen J. "Al" Neiburg (born November 22, 1902 in St. Albans, Vermont; † July 12, 1978 in New Haven, Connecticut) was an American songwriter and songwriter who was also active in jazz in the 1930s and 40s emerged.

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Al Klink

Al Klink (born December 28, 1915 in Danbury (Connecticut), † March 7, 1991 in Bradenton, Florida) was an American jazz saxophonist (tenor) and swing flautist.

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Al Stewart (trumpeter)

Alvin "Al" Stewart (born 1927 in New York City, † October 17, 2016 in Sarasota, Florida) was an American jazz trumpeter who played in well-known big bands in the late 1940s and 1950s.

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Alan Greenspan

Alan Greenspan, 2002 Alan Greenspan, KBE (born March 6, 1926 in New York) is an American economist.

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Alan Shulman

Alan Shulman (born June 4, 1915 in Baltimore, † July 10, 2002 in Hudson, New York) was an American composer and cellist.

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Albert Ammons

Albert Ammons (born September 23, 1907 in Chicago, Illinois; † December 2, 1949 ibid) was an American pianist who was mainly known for his boogie-woogie interpretations and compositions.

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Alex Kofman

Alex Kofman (born 1949 in Kiev; † July 26, 1999 in New York City) was a Ukrainian-American klezmer and jazz trombonist.

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Alex North

Alex North (born December 4, 1910 in Chester, Pennsylvania, † September 8, 1991 in Los Angeles, California, actually: Isadore Soifer) was an American composer of film music, incidental music and concert works.

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Alexander Naumowitsch Zfasman

Alexander Naumowitsch "Bob" Zfasman, also transcribed as Zfassman, (born December 14, 1906 in Zaporozhye; † February 20, 1971) was a Russian jazz bandleader, composer and pianist of swing.

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Alexander’s ragtime band

Title page of the 1911 sheet music edition "Alexander’s Ragtime Band" is a composition by Irving Berlin.

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Alice Blue Gown

Alice Blue Gown is a song written by Harry Tierney (music) and Joseph McCarthy (lyrics) and published by Leo Feist in 1919.

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Alice Faye

Alice Faye (born May 5, 1915 in New York City, New York - † May 9, 1998 in Rancho Mirage, California; actually: Alice Jeanne Leppert) was an American actress and singer.

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Allan Reuss

Allan Reuss (born June 15, 1915 in New York, NY - † June 4, 1988) was an American swing jazz guitarist.

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Allen Hanlon

Adrian Rollini with guitarist Allen Hanlon, probably in the 1940s Photo: William P. Gottlieb Allen Hanlon (also Alan Hanlon, born January 10, 1919 in Long Island; † April 6, 1986 in New York City) was an American jazz and studio musician (guitar).

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Allen Smith

Frederick Allen Smith Sr. (born August 11, 1925 in Midland, Pennsylvania, † February 3, 2011 in San Francisco) was an American jazz trumpeter who was a long-time member of the jazz scene in San Francisco.

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Alvin Stoller

Alvin Stoller (born October 7, 1925 in New York City, † October 19, 1992) was an American jazz drummer.

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Always and Always

Always and Always is a song from the soundtrack of Mannequin, the music of which is by Edward Ward and lyrics by Chet Forrest and Bob Wright.

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Am I Blue?

Am I Blue? is a song written by Grant Clarke (lyrics) and Harry Akst (music) and published in 1929.

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American Jazz Hall of Fame

The American Jazz Hall of Fame (AJHOF) is an American jazz award that was established in 1982 and awarded annually until 2009 to honor people who had a special meaning in the history of jazz.

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American Record Corporation

Promotion for ARC sublabels by Sears & Roebuck: Challenge and Silvertone were just two earlier independent labels that belonged to the American Record Corporation from 1929 or later. The American Record Corporation, also known as ARC Records or just ARC, was an American record label.

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André Brasseur

André Brasseur (2015) André Brasseur (born December 11, 1939 in Ham-sur-Sambre, Belgium) is a Belgian keyboardist.

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Andrés Ingólfsson

Andrés Ingólfsson (actually Andrés Sverrir Ingólfsson; born July 11, 1935 in Iceland) is an Icelandic musician (alto and tenor saxophone, clarinet and accordion).

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Andrei Yegiasarowitsch Towmassjan

Andrei Yegiasarowitsch Towmassjan (English transcription Tovmasian; born December 1, 1942 in Kirov, † December 31, 2014 in Moscow) was a Soviet-Russian jazz trumpeter, band leader and composer of modern jazz.

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Andrej Hermlin

Andrej Hermlin, May 1, 2012 Andrej Hermlin (* 1965 in Berlin) is a German pianist and band leader.

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Ann Dupont

Ann Dupont (actually Ann Bata, born January 2, 1915 in Universal, Pennsylvania, † April 29, 1998) was an American jazz musician (clarinetist, band leader, singer), who was known in the swing era as "Queen of the Clarinet" and was compared to Artie Shaw.

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Annette Hanshaw

Annette Hanshaw record - duet with Frank Ferara Annette Hanshaw (born October 18, 1901 in New York City, † March 13, 1985 there) was an American jazz singer.

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Antti Sarpila

Antti Sarpila (2012) Antti Sarpila (born June 11, 1964 in Helsinki) is a Finnish musician (clarinet, tenor saxophone) of traditional jazz.

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Arrigo Polillo

Arrigo Polillo (born July 12, 1919 in Pavullo nel Frignano; † July 17, 1984) was an Italian jazz author and jazz journalist who was a central figure in the Italian jazz scene.

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Kind of Kassel

Art Kassel (born January 18, 1896 in Chicago, † February 3, 1965 in Van Nuys, California) was an American jazz saxophonist and band leader.

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Art Lund

Arthur "Art" Earl Lund Jr. (Born April 1, 1915 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA; † May 31, 1990 in Holliday, Utah, USA) was an American singer and actor.

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Art Van Damme

Art Van Damme Art Van Damme (born April 9, 1920 in Norway, Michigan, † February 15, 2010 in Roseville, California) was an American jazz accordionist.

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Arthur Rollini

Arthur Rollini (front), Sidney Stoneburn and Vernon Brown, Museum of Modern Music program, ABC studio, New York City, circa May 1947. Photo William P. Gottlieb.Arthur Francis Rollini (born February 13, 1912 in New York City; † December 30, 1993 in Florida) was an American jazz and entertainment musician (tenor saxophone and clarinet).

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Arthur Schutt

'' 'Arthur Schutt' '' (1902–1965). Arthur Schutt (born November 21, 1902 in Reading (Berks County, Pennsylvania), † January 28, 1965 in San Francisco) was an American jazz pianist and arranger.

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Arthur Trappier

Arthur Benjamin Trappier, called "Art" or "Traps", (born May 28, 1910 in Georgetown, South Carolina, † May 17, 1975 in New York City) was an American drummer of New Orleans jazz and swing .

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Artie Bernstein

Arthur "Artie" Bernstein (born February 4, 1909 in Brooklyn, New York City, † January 4, 1964 in Los Angeles) was an American swing jazz bassist.

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Artie Shapiro

Arthur "Artie" Shapiro (born January 15, 1916 in Denver, Colorado, † March 24, 2003 in Los Angeles) was an American jazz bassist.

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Artie Shaw

Artie Shaw, around 1947. Photograph by William P. Gottlieb. Artie Shaw (born May 23, 1910 in New York City, New York, † December 30, 2004 in Thousand Oaks, California; actually Arthur Jacob Arshawsky) was an American jazz clarinetist, arranger, composer, band leader and author.

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Artie Shaw and His Gramercy Five

Artie Shaw and His Gramercy Five was a jazz ensemble of the band leader Artie Shaw in combo format, which he put together in changing line-ups from 1940 to 1954, primarily for studio recordings.

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Arvell Shaw

From left: Jack Teagarden, Sandy DeSantis, Velma Middleton, Fraser MacPherson, Cozy Cole, Arvell Shaw, Earl Hines, Barney Bigard at the Palomar Supper Club, Vancouver (March 17, 1951) Arvell Shaw (born September 15, 1923 in St. Louis ; † December 5, 2002 in Roosevelt Island, NY) was an American jazz double bass player, best known for his work with Louis Armstrong.

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At Sundown

At Sundown (When Love Is Calling Me Home) is a song written by Walter Donaldson and published in 1927.

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Attila Zoller

Attila Cornelius Zoller (born June 13, 1927 in Visegrád, Hungary, † January 25, 1998 in Townshend, Vermont) was a Hungarian jazz musician.

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Austin High School gang

The Austin High School Gang, also Austin High Gang, is the name of a group of white jazz musicians in the middle-class Austin suburb of Chicago, most of whom knew each other from Austin High School.

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Avalon (song)

Title page of '' Avalon '' (1920) Avalon is a popular song from 1920 written by Al Jolson, Buddy DeSylva and Vincent Rose.

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’Deed I Do

’Deed I Do is a song that Fred Rose (music) and Walter Hirsch (lyrics) wrote and published in 1926.

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Babe clarke

Babe Clarke, actually Arthur Clarke or Arthur Clark, (* around 1930 in Alabama) is an American jazz musician (saxophones: alto, baritone, tenor; flute, clarinet).

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Babe Russian

Irving "Babe" Russian (born June 18, 1911 in Pittsburgh, † August 4, 1984 in Los Angeles) was an American swing jazz saxophonist (tenor).

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Babs Gonzales

Babs Gonzales and Salome Bey Babs Gonzales (born October 27, 1919 in Newark, New Jersey as Lee Brown, † January 23, 1980 ibid) was an American bebop singer.

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Bach House Eisenach

The Bachhaus Eisenach is a museum in Eisenach, Thuringia, which is dedicated to the composer Johann Sebastian Bach, who was born there.

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Back Home Again in Indiana

(Back Home Again in) Indiana is a song written by Ballard MacDonald (lyrics) and James F. HanleyJames Frederick Hanley (born February 17, 1892 in Rensselaer; † February 8, 1942) was a member of New York's Tin Pan Alley music scene .

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Balboa Pavilion

The Balboa Pavilion in the evening The Balboa Pavilion is the oldest building in Newport Beach, California.

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Band leader

The band leader is the founding, leading, organizing, conducting or musically determining member of a band.

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Barbara Carroll

Barbara Carroll (left) with bassist Clyde Lombardi and guitarist Chuck Wayne. Downbeat, NYC, 1947. Photograph by William P. Gottlieb. Barbara Carroll, born Barbara Carole Coppersmith, (born January 25, 1925 in Worcester, Massachusetts - † February 11, 2017 in Manhattan, New York City Stephen Holden: obituary in The New York Times, February 14, 2017, accessed on February 17, 2017. February 2017 (English).) Was an American jazz pianist and singer.

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Barbara Donald

Barbara Donald (born February 9, 1942 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, † March 23, 2013 in Olympia (Oregon)) was an American jazz trumpeter.

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