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Quincy Jones

Quincy Jones Sometimes, all you need is someone who believes in you. For me, one of the first names that comes to mind is the legendary Bobby Tucker. At the time in 1948, he was Billie Holiday's musical director/piano player, & even though he could've chosen older/more experienced jazz cats, he asked us scrawny little kids in the Bumps Blackwell Band to back up Lady Day at the Eagle's Auditorium in Seattle. After standing onstage with her in complete awe, Tuck threatened to make us buy our own tickets to the show if we didn't start playing, so we got our act together! ((:0)) Later that year, he hired me again when he came to town with Billy Eckstine...Eckstine was on Eddie & Nicole Barclay's label, Barclay Records, & he referred me to her when she was looking for an arranger to come write with Barclay in Paris. I went to work for Nicole for 3 months & I wound up staying for almost 5 years! During that time, I studied with the great Nadia Boulanger (who Lalo Schifrin told me about when I was on the State Department's Goodwill Tour with Dizzy). One day, I went to class (took Tuck with me) & we watched Nadia play a few bars of "Firebird." She was sharp as a razor & she told our class to clap the rhythms of the second violin...We started clapping & she stopped us & said "No, no. Ritardando!!! Stravinsky told me himself!" Tuck & I looked over at each other & we both had a look of "We are just two little raggedy mofos from Chicago & New Jersey...How did we get here?!" It was a moment of disbelief & pure gratitude all at once. I have to say, throughout that whole crazy journey, Tuck believed in me & gave me a chance...So, on what would've been your 95th birthday today, I just want to say thank you for sticking with me & giving me the purest gift of belief. Happy Birthday Tuck!! I know you're probably playing the piano loud & proud up there!! ((:0))
Sometimes, all you need is someone who believes in you. For me, one of the first names that comes to mind is the legendary Bobby Tucker. At the time in 1948, he was Billie Holiday's musical director/piano player, & even though he could've chosen older/more experienced jazz cats, he asked us scrawny little kids in the Bumps Blackwell Band to back up Lady Day at the Eagle's Auditorium in Seattle. After standing onstage with her in complete awe, Tuck threatened to make us buy our own tickets to the show if we didn't start playing, so we got our act together! ((:0)) Later that year, he hired me again when he came to town with Billy Eckstine...Eckstine was on Eddie & Nicole Barclay's label, Barclay Records, & he referred me to her when she was looking for an arranger to come write with Barclay in Paris. I went to work for Nicole for 3 months & I wound up staying for almost 5 years! During that time, I studied with the great Nadia Boulanger (who Lalo Schifrin told me about when I was on the State Department's Goodwill Tour with Dizzy). One day, I went to class (took Tuck with me) & we watched Nadia play a few bars of "Firebird." She was sharp as a razor & she told our class to clap the rhythms of the second violin...We started clapping & she stopped us & said "No, no. Ritardando!!! Stravinsky told me himself!" Tuck & I looked over at each other & we both had a look of "We are just two little raggedy mofos from Chicago & New Jersey...How did we get here?!" It was a moment of disbelief & pure gratitude all at once. I have to say, throughout that whole crazy journey, Tuck believed in me & gave me a chance...So, on what would've been your 95th birthday today, I just want to say thank you for sticking with me & giving me the purest gift of belief. Happy Birthday Tuck!! I know you're probably playing the piano loud & proud up there!! ((:0))
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Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ELVIS PRESLEY! 
The King was born on January 8, 1935.  And yes, Ella and Elvis were actually on the same TV show – The Dorsey Brothers’ Stage Show of February 11, 1956.  I’ve never seen it – have you?
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ELVIS PRESLEY! The King was born on January 8, 1935. And yes, Ella and Elvis were actually on the same TV show – The Dorsey Brothers’ Stage Show of February 11, 1956. I’ve never seen it – have you?
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Saturnino

Saturnino Buon anno a tutti ricco d'amore e prosperità ❤️ e per cortesia cercate di indossare accessori belli 😉
Buon anno a tutti ricco d'amore e prosperità ❤️ e per cortesia cercate di indossare accessori belli 😉
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Saturnino

Saturnino ATTENZIONE!! LE #SATUSOCKS SONO ON LINE!!! PRODOTTE INTERAMENTE IN ITALIA <3 
CLICCA E ACQUISTA ORA!! 
https://gattiapois.com/categoria-prodotto/satusocks/
ATTENZIONE!! LE #SATUSOCKS SONO ON LINE!!! PRODOTTE INTERAMENTE IN ITALIA <3 CLICCA E ACQUISTA ORA!! https://gattiapois.com/categoria-prodotto/satusocks/
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Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald I'm in the mood for a little Ella and Johnny Mercer today, how about STORMY WEATHER?  Is there a Johnny Mercer/Ella song you love?
https://www.amazon.com/Stormy-Weather/dp/B000WTYSDO
I'm in the mood for a little Ella and Johnny Mercer today, how about STORMY WEATHER? Is there a Johnny Mercer/Ella song you love? https://www.amazon.com/Stormy-Weather/dp/B000WTYSDO
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Saturnino

Saturnino Ci vediamo al Pitti Immagine ❤️
Ci vediamo al Pitti Immagine ❤️
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Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong Remembering Henry 'Red' Allen, the magnificent singer and trumpeter who admired Louis Armstrong. They became great friends. Allen was born in Louisiana on 7 January 1908
Remembering Henry 'Red' Allen, the magnificent singer and trumpeter who admired Louis Armstrong. They became great friends. Allen was born in Louisiana on 7 January 1908
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Nat King Cole

Nat King Cole Enjoy this clip of Nat performing "Somebody Loves Me" from the January 14, 1957 episode of The Nat King Cole Show! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AxEQdF4-d8
Enjoy this clip of Nat performing "Somebody Loves Me" from the January 14, 1957 episode of The Nat King Cole Show! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AxEQdF4-d8
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Nina Simone

Nina Simone Nina Simone's "Four Women" performed by Lisa Simone, Dianne Reeves Music, Lizz Wright, and Angélique Kidjo...
Nina Simone's "Four Women" performed by Lisa Simone, Dianne Reeves Music, Lizz Wright, and Angélique Kidjo...
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Quincy Jones

Quincy Jones Can't believe it has been exactly 25 years since you left, & I still miss you as much as I did then...Thankful for the music & legacy you gifted us with. An absolute irreplaceable, one-of-a-kind...Dizzy.
Can't believe it has been exactly 25 years since you left, & I still miss you as much as I did then...Thankful for the music & legacy you gifted us with. An absolute irreplaceable, one-of-a-kind...Dizzy.
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Jamiroquai

Jamiroquai Here’s a special message from Jay wishing you all a Happy 2018🎉, thanks for your birthday messages, and another special New Years gift that we plan to release soon... Check it out & enjoy our new NOITJ video too! www.jamiroquai.com #Jamiroquai
Here’s a special message from Jay wishing you all a Happy 2018🎉, thanks for your birthday messages, and another special New Years gift that we plan to release soon... Check it out & enjoy our new NOITJ video too! www.jamiroquai.com #Jamiroquai
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John Coltrane

John Coltrane 67 years ago today, John Coltrane performed with the Dizzy Gillespie Sextet at #Birdland, as part of a three-week engagement. This particular evening marked the first of several broadcasts to NYC from the venue.
67 years ago today, John Coltrane performed with the Dizzy Gillespie Sextet at #Birdland, as part of a three-week engagement. This particular evening marked the first of several broadcasts to NYC from the venue.
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Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra Frank Sinatra’s classic album 'Come Fly With Me' celebrates its 60th anniversary today!
Recording this album was also Frank's first time working with arranger Billy May. May remembered Frank's passion for the percussion on "On the Road to Mandalay": "That gong was big…and when [percussionist] Lou [Singer] hit it, it rang and rang. When Frank heard it the first time he said, 'Yeah! Let me hear it again…Let's end it with the gong—and let the mother ring!'"
Take a listen: https://UMe.lnk.to/ComeFlyWithMe
Read more: https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stories/come-fly-with-me/
Frank Sinatra’s classic album 'Come Fly With Me' celebrates its 60th anniversary today! Recording this album was also Frank's first time working with arranger Billy May. May remembered Frank's passion for the percussion on "On the Road to Mandalay": "That gong was big…and when [percussionist] Lou [Singer] hit it, it rang and rang. When Frank heard it the first time he said, 'Yeah! Let me hear it again…Let's end it with the gong—and let the mother ring!'" Take a listen: https://UMe.lnk.to/ComeFlyWithMe Read more: https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stories/come-fly-with-me/
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Saturnino

Saturnino Breve lezione sulla Moda !!
Breve lezione sulla Moda !!
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Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald Do you have your very own copy of ELLA AT ZARDI'S yet? 
It's playing here in the office of the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation right now!  Heavenly Ella, recorded live, and produced by Norman Granz, Verve Records.
https://www.amazon.com/Ella-At-Zardis-Fitzergerald/dp/B075NM9F75
Do you have your very own copy of ELLA AT ZARDI'S yet? It's playing here in the office of the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation right now! Heavenly Ella, recorded live, and produced by Norman Granz, Verve Records. https://www.amazon.com/Ella-At-Zardis-Fitzergerald/dp/B075NM9F75
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Raphael Gualazzi official

Raphael Gualazzi official "Arrivare alla fine di un viaggio
non è molto più facile
che distinguere i volti
intorno alle nuvole... "

🎬➡️ https://youtu.be/pVlDQSsRoL8

#LoveLifePeace
"Arrivare alla fine di un viaggio non è molto più facile che distinguere i volti intorno alle nuvole... " 🎬➡️ https://youtu.be/pVlDQSsRoL8 #LoveLifePeace
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Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong RIP Dizzy Gillespie, who died 25 years ago and had such a major impact on jazz. He was an ambassador for the Monterey Jazz Festival, where he greeted Pops in 1958
uDiscover profile of Gillespie here: https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stories/dizzy-gillespie/
RIP Dizzy Gillespie, who died 25 years ago and had such a major impact on jazz. He was an ambassador for the Monterey Jazz Festival, where he greeted Pops in 1958 uDiscover profile of Gillespie here: https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stories/dizzy-gillespie/
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Kenny Dope

Kenny Dope Back at Cielo later this month to celebrate 15 years on little west 12 street. Beats by Hector Romero, Rissa Garcia and myself!!! #kennydopeapproved #cielo #harryromero #house #rissagarcia #15yearsonlittlewest12st #musicyoucandancetoo
Back at Cielo later this month to celebrate 15 years on little west 12 street. Beats by Hector Romero, Rissa Garcia and myself!!! #kennydopeapproved #cielo #harryromero #house #rissagarcia #15yearsonlittlewest12st #musicyoucandancetoo
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Charles Mingus

Charles Mingus Today we remember Charles Mingus, who, on this day 39 years ago, died from ALS.

From Joni Mitchell's liner notes to the album "Mingus":

“Charles Mingus, a musical mystic, died in Mexico, January 5, 1979, at the age of 56. He was cremated the next day. That same day 56 sperm whales beached themselves on the Mexican coastline and were removed by fire. These are the coincidences that thrill my imagination.

Sue, at his request – carried his ashes to India and finding a place at the source of the Ganges River, where it ran turquoise and glinting with large gold carp, released him, with flowers and prayers at the break of a new day.

Sue and the holy river
Will send you to the saints of jazz –
To Duke and Bird and Fats –
And any other saints you have.”
Today we remember Charles Mingus, who, on this day 39 years ago, died from ALS. From Joni Mitchell's liner notes to the album "Mingus": “Charles Mingus, a musical mystic, died in Mexico, January 5, 1979, at the age of 56. He was cremated the next day. That same day 56 sperm whales beached themselves on the Mexican coastline and were removed by fire. These are the coincidences that thrill my imagination. Sue, at his request – carried his ashes to India and finding a place at the source of the Ganges River, where it ran turquoise and glinting with large gold carp, released him, with flowers and prayers at the break of a new day. Sue and the holy river Will send you to the saints of jazz – To Duke and Bird and Fats – And any other saints you have.”
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Quincy Jones

Quincy Jones Happy New Year to you!!...I don’t know why, but I‘ve got a feeling that THIS is the year...the year for positive change, unity, & achieving life long goals. But I mean, we can’t expect anything to happen if we just sit around, so...who’s with me?? Let’s do this 👊🏾 Turn those New Year’s resolutions into actions!!
📸: John Sciulli
Happy New Year to you!!...I don’t know why, but I‘ve got a feeling that THIS is the year...the year for positive change, unity, & achieving life long goals. But I mean, we can’t expect anything to happen if we just sit around, so...who’s with me?? Let’s do this 👊🏾 Turn those New Year’s resolutions into actions!! 📸: John Sciulli
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Jamiroquai

Jamiroquai Get your funky #FridayFeeling on with our new video for "Nights Out In The Jungle" - Watch the full video on our website here... www.jamiroquai.com
Get your funky #FridayFeeling on with our new video for "Nights Out In The Jungle" - Watch the full video on our website here... www.jamiroquai.com
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B.B. King

B.B. King Start your weekend with a throwback B.B. tour promo video.  Watch the full video here: http://smarturl.it/BBKingPromo
Start your weekend with a throwback B.B. tour promo video. Watch the full video here: http://smarturl.it/BBKingPromo
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VINICIO CAPOSSELA

VINICIO CAPOSSELA Per festeggiare la vigilia dell'Epifania, questa sera alle 21.15 su Sky ArteHD, sarà trasmesso il concerto "IN-SANITA’. ORATORIO AL POLITEISMO NAPOLETANO” una produzione originale e in prima visione per rivivere il concerto nella splendida Basilica di Santa Maria della Sanità a Napoli, che ha chiuso la prima edizione di Sky Arte Festival.

Il repertorio comprende brani tratti dal più recente album di Capossela “Canzoni della Cupa”, suoi classici arrangiati per ensemble barocco dai Maestri Federico Maria Sardelli e Raffaele Tiseo e la riproposizione di lavori arrangiati e diretti dal Maestro Stefano Nanni.
Un repertorio che vuole essere un omaggio a quella particolare pluralità che fa della storia di Napoli, della sua doppia natura di città alveare dei vivi e dei morti, un’espressione della molteplice natura dell’uomo, un oratorio al politeismo napoletano. In un luogo e in quartiere che questa molteplicità esprimono  dalle catacombe sotto le fondamenta, fino agli stucchi intarsiati d’oro protratti verso al cielo.

ORATORIO AL POLITEISMO NAPOLETANO
Peppe Leone - tamburi a cornice 
Simone Vallerotonda - tiorba e chitarra battente
Glauco Zuppiroli – contrabbasso
Paola Beziza – violino barocco
Rosa Helena Ippolito e Marco Casonato - viole da gamba
Giovannangelo de Gennaro - viella e aulofoni

I maestri concertatori - arrangiatori e direttori: 
Raffaele Tiseo - violino e viola d’amore
Stefano Nanni - armonium
Federico Maria Sardelli - flauti

e con la partecipazione straordinaria di: 

I Cantori del miserere dell’Arciconfraternita del Santissimo Crocifisso di Sessa Aurunca 
Daniele Sepe 
Marina Bruno 
la Scalza Banda, giovane banda di quartiere arrangiata e diretta da Antonella Licardo, Manuela Albano, Domenico Brasiello.
Per festeggiare la vigilia dell'Epifania, questa sera alle 21.15 su Sky ArteHD, sarà trasmesso il concerto "IN-SANITA’. ORATORIO AL POLITEISMO NAPOLETANO” una produzione originale e in prima visione per rivivere il concerto nella splendida Basilica di Santa Maria della Sanità a Napoli, che ha chiuso la prima edizione di Sky Arte Festival. Il repertorio comprende brani tratti dal più recente album di Capossela “Canzoni della Cupa”, suoi classici arrangiati per ensemble barocco dai Maestri Federico Maria Sardelli e Raffaele Tiseo e la riproposizione di lavori arrangiati e diretti dal Maestro Stefano Nanni. Un repertorio che vuole essere un omaggio a quella particolare pluralità che fa della storia di Napoli, della sua doppia natura di città alveare dei vivi e dei morti, un’espressione della molteplice natura dell’uomo, un oratorio al politeismo napoletano. In un luogo e in quartiere che questa molteplicità esprimono dalle catacombe sotto le fondamenta, fino agli stucchi intarsiati d’oro protratti verso al cielo. ORATORIO AL POLITEISMO NAPOLETANO Peppe Leone - tamburi a cornice Simone Vallerotonda - tiorba e chitarra battente Glauco Zuppiroli – contrabbasso Paola Beziza – violino barocco Rosa Helena Ippolito e Marco Casonato - viole da gamba Giovannangelo de Gennaro - viella e aulofoni I maestri concertatori - arrangiatori e direttori: Raffaele Tiseo - violino e viola d’amore Stefano Nanni - armonium Federico Maria Sardelli - flauti e con la partecipazione straordinaria di: I Cantori del miserere dell’Arciconfraternita del Santissimo Crocifisso di Sessa Aurunca Daniele Sepe Marina Bruno la Scalza Banda, giovane banda di quartiere arrangiata e diretta da Antonella Licardo, Manuela Albano, Domenico Brasiello.
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Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald On today’s date – back in 1963, Ella headed to the Verve studio to begin recording her magnificent JEROME KERN SONGBOOK.  Do you have it?  What’s your favorite song?
https://www.amazon.com/Ella-Fitzgerald-Sings-Jerome-Kern/dp/B0006UYQUO/ref=ice_ac_b_dpb_twi_aud_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1513978316&sr=1-1&keywords=ella+fitzgerald+JEROME+KERN+SONGBOOK
On today’s date – back in 1963, Ella headed to the Verve studio to begin recording her magnificent JEROME KERN SONGBOOK. Do you have it? What’s your favorite song? https://www.amazon.com/Ella-Fitzgerald-Sings-Jerome-Kern/dp/B0006UYQUO/ref=ice_ac_b_dpb_twi_aud_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1513978316&sr=1-1&keywords=ella+fitzgerald+JEROME+KERN+SONGBOOK