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John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie (Cheraw, 21 ottobre 1917 – New York, 6 gennaio - Happy Birthday and Thank You GENIUS.

いいね!38件、コメント2件 ― The Jacksonsさん(@retro.jacksons)のInstagramアカウント: 「The Jackson 5 with guest host Diana Ross and on The Hollywood Palace, aired on October 18, 1969.…」

いいね!38件、コメント2件 ― The Jacksonsさん(@retro.jacksons)のInstagramアカウント: 「The Jackson 5 with guest host Diana Ross and on The Hollywood Palace, aired on October 18, 1969.…」

Quincy Jones at work at a Sarah Vaughan recording session in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1963.

“vintageblackglamour: Quincy Jones at work at a Sarah Vaughan recording session in Copenhagen, Denmark in Photo: Lebrecht Music Arts/Corbis.

Dizzy Gillespie

“Remembering Dizzy Gillespie,” a conversation with Nat Hentoff and James Moody

Louis Armstrong (August 4, 1901 – July 6, 1971), nicknamed Satchmo or Pops

© Eliot Elisofon, ca. Louis Daniel ‘Satchmo’ Armstrong There are few photographers who can even say they captured Africa quite the way Eliot Elisofon did during his lifetime.

Bands- (3) King Oliver was a popular solo artist in the 1920's who set the base for many other artists to thrive.

Joe "King" Oliver (May 1885 – April was a jazz cornet player and bandleader. - (To really know the roots of music, you must start with the King Oliver Creole Band, which played primarily on the South Side of Chicago).

Bootsy Collins (born William Earl Collins), American funk bassist, singer, & songwriter. Rising to prominence with James Brown (in the J.B.'s) in the late 60s, and with Parliament-Funkadelic in the '70s, his driving bass guitar & humorous vocals established him as one of the leading names in funk.  His signature instrument is a custom-built star-shaped bass guitar he calls the "Space Bass." He is a member of the Rock and Roll HoF, inducted with 15 other members of Parliament-Funkadelic.

Bootsy Collins (born William Earl Collins), funk bassist, singer, and…

Ray Charles - in the band's dressing room with bone player Al (Sanifu Hall). Photo by alto player Don Garcia (1971 or 1972).

Ray Charles - in the band's dressing room with bone player Al (Sanifu Hall). Photo by alto player Don Garcia or

Ray Charles in concert at Southernaire Club in Atlanta (May 21 - 25, 1974). Photo by Steve Banks.

Ray Charles in concert at Southernaire Club in Atlanta (May 21 - Photo by Steve Banks.

Ray Charles at the Jazz à Juan festival in 1961 (July 20, 21 or 23). Contact sheet of series shot by Jean-Pierre Leloir.

Ray Charles at the Jazz à Juan festival in 1961 (July 21 or Contact sheet of series shot by Jean-Pierre Leloir.

Photo of Dizzy Gillespie by Herb Ritts

From Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Herb Ritts, Dizzy Gillespie, Paris Gelatin silver print

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