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Wild Bill Davison
Much has been written about Wild Bill Davison, his artistry, his humor and his escapades.
Adolphus 'Doc' Cheatham
Few jazz musicians enjoyed the career longevity of Doc Cheatham, who worked 75 years and died at the age of 91...
Revisiting The Barnes-Bocage Big Five
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Buck Box, JazzBeat 60th Anniversary
Jazzology 60th Anniversary
George Buck is eighty, far from the apple-cheeked youth who parted with his War Bonds to record Tony Parentiís band.
Reviews by Scott Yanow
Reviews of JCD-86 and BCD-117
Doc Evans (JCD-86) and Monk Hazell (BCD-117)
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