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Brid Of Paradise - Charlie Parker - Charlie Parker XXL Great Master Great Songs (CD)

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  1. Charles Christopher Parker Jr. was born on August 29, , in a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri, to Charles Parker Sr. and his year-old wife Addie. His father ran out on the family when Charlie was just a little boy. When he was 11 his mother bought him an alto saxophone for his birthday.
  2. Charlie Parker! Yardbird! Bird! Great bebop jazz saxophone player! Lousmagnets. From shop Lousmagnets. 5 out of 5 stars (89) 89 reviews $ FREE shipping Favorite Add to Jazz Art Canvas Gallery Wrap featuring Charlie Parker RootsMusicTShirts. From shop RootsMusicTShirts. 5 out.
  3. Charlie Parker is, as always, awesome, and Dizzy is spectacular as well. While these men had their ups and downs between one another, they sure sound great together. Moreover, Bird and Diz also play well off of one another in a live performance, and this performance demonstrates this quite siconletzlenganetarambeattmidnolor.coinfos:
  4. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Charlie Parker - Bird: The Complete Charlie Parker On Verve at Discogs. Complete your Charlie Parker collection.
  5. * Philology (It) W 5 Charlie Parker - Bird's Eyes, Vol. 1 * Stash ST-CD Charlie Parker - The Complete Birth Of The Bebop. (age 20) Jay McShann And His Orchestra. Buddy Anderson, Orville Minor, trumpet; Bob Gould, trombone, violin; John Jackson, Charlie Parker, alto sax; Bob Mabane, tenor sax; Jay McShann, piano; Gene Ramey, bass; Gus Johnson, drums.
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  7. Bird and Diz/Charlie Parker/Charlie Parker With Dizzy Gilespie by Charlie Parker (Sax) (Vinyl, Jan, Vinyl Passion) 5 out of 5 stars (1) Total Ratings 1, $ New. Charlie Parker - Bird Of Paradise: Best Of The Dial Masters [Limited 1. $ Free shipping. Watch.
  8. About Charlie Parker. Alto saxophone giant Charlie Parker can rightfully be considered the father of modern jazz. Originally from Kansas City, Charlie Parker moved to New York permanently in , playing with Jay McShann's big band, then with Earl Hines and Billy Eckstine. During this period, however, something else was brewing.

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