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Sonny Stitt

Charlie Parker has had many admirers and his influence can be detected in numerous styles, but few have been as avid a disciple as Sonny Stitt. There was almost note-for-note imitation in several early Stitt solos, and the closeness remained until Stitt began de-emphasizing the alto in favor of the tenor, on which he artfully combined the influences of Parker and Lester Young. Stitt gradually developed his own sound and style, though he was never far from Parker on any alto solo. A wonderful blues and ballad player whose approach influenced John Coltrane, Stitt could rip through an up-tempo bebop stanza, then turn around and play a shivering, captivating ballad. He was an alto saxophonist in Tiny Bradshaw's band during the early '40s, then joined Billy Eckstine's seminal big band in 1945, playing alongside other emerging bebop stars like Gene Ammons and Dexter Gordon. Stitt later played in Dizzy Gillespie's big band and sextet. He began on tenor and baritone in 1949, and at times was in a two-tenor unit with Ammons. He recorded with Bud Powell and J.J. Johnson for Prestige in 1949, then did several albums on Prestige, Argo, and Verve in the '50s and '60s. Stitt led many combos in the '50s, and re-joined Gillespie for a short period in the late '50s. After a brief stint with Miles Davis in 1960, he reunited with Ammons and for a while was in a three-tenor lineup with James Moody. During the '60s, Stitt also recorded for Atlantic, cutting the transcendent Stitt Plays Bird, which finally addressed the Parker question in epic fashion. He continued heading bands, though he joined the Giants of Jazz in the early '70s. This group included Gillespie, Art Blakey, Kai Winding, Thelonious Monk, and Al McKibbon. Stitt did more sessions in the '70s for Cobblestone, Muse, and others, among them another definitive date, Tune Up. He continued playing and recording in the early '80s, recording for Muse, Sonet, and Who's Who in Jazz. He suffered a heart attack and died in 1982. ~ Ron Wynn and Bob Porter
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Sonny Stitt Plays Jimmy Giuffre Arrangements

1. New York Blues

2. Giuff

3. Laura

4. Sonny Boy

5. Down Country

6. Singin' In The Rain

7. Uptown

8. Downtown

9. I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart

10. Two For Timbucktu

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Track List: A Little Bit Of Stitt

1. Star Eyes

2. Laura

3. J.B. Blues

4. On A Slow Boat To China

5. Cocktails For Two

6. I'm Confessin'

7. When The Red Red Robin

8. Don't Take Your Love From Me

9. After The Late, Late Show

10. For All We Know

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Track List: Sonny Stitt & The Top Brass

1. Souls Valley

2. Coquette

3. On A Misty Night

4. Stittsie

5. Poinciana

6. Boom-Boom

7. Sea Sea Rider

8. The Four Ninety

9. Hey Pam

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Track List: Deuces Wild

1. Deuces Wild

2. My Foolish Heart

3. Blues Ahead

4. Sittin' In With Sitt

5. In The Bag

6. Me 'N' You

7. Pipin' The Blues

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Track List: The Last Sessions, Volumes 1 & 2

1. Steamroller

2. I'll Be Seeing You

3. Out Of Nowhere

4. Sweet Georgia Brown

5. Keepin' It

6. This Is Always

7. Makin' It

8. Angel Eyes

9. At Last

10. Bouncin' With Bud

11. As Time Goes By

12. Swifty

13. Sugar

14. Jumpin' The Blues

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Track List: Sonny's Blues

1. Ernest's Blues

2. Home Sweet Home

3. M-O-T-H-E-R

4. My Mothers Eyes

5. Sonny's Theme Song

6. Blues With Dick And Harry

7. It Could Happen To You

8. Oh, Lady Be Good

9. Interview With Sonny Stit

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Track List: An Introduction To Sonny Stitt

1. Jeep Blues

2. Forecast

3. You Don't Know What Love Is

4. I Know That You Know

5. I Should Care

6. Eight Track Blues

7. Moonlight In Vermont

8. Lester Leaps In

9. Body & Soul

10. Laura

11. It Might Be As Well Be Spring

12. Gone With The Wind

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Track List: Stitt's Bits: The Bebop Recordings, 1949-1952

Disc 1

1. Afternoon In Paris (Take 1)

2. Afternoon In Paris (Take 2)

3. Elora (Take 1)

4. Elora (Take 2)

5. Teapot (Take 1)

6. Teapot (Take 2)

7. Blue Mode (Take 1)

8. Blue Mode (Take 2)

9. All God's Chillun Got Rhythm

10. Sonny Side

11. Bud's Blues

12. Sunset

13. Strike Up The Band

14. Strike Up The Band (Alternate Take)

15. I Want To Be Happy

16. Taking A Chance On Love

17. Fine And Dandy (Take 1)

18. Fine And Dandy (Take 2)

19. Avalon

20. Later

21. Ain't Misbehavin'

22. Mean To Me

23. Stairway To The Stars

24. Bye Bye

25. Let It Be

Disc 2

1. Blues Up And Down (Take 1)

2. Blues Up And Down (Take 2)

3. Blues Up And Down (Take 3)

4. You Can Depend On Me (Take 1)

5. You Can Depend On Me (Take 2)

6. Touch Of Blues

7. Dumb Woman Blues

8. Chabottie

9. Who Threw The Sleeping Pills In Rip Van Winkle's Coffee

10. Gravy

11. Easy Glide

12. Count Every Star

13. Nice Work If You Can Get It

14. There Will Never Be Another You

15. Blazin'

16. Back In Your Own Back Yard

17. Sweet Jennie Lou

18. Vie En Rose

19. Seven Eleven

20. To Think You've Chosen Me

21. After You've Gone

22. Our Very Own

23. 's Wonderful

24. Stringin' The Jug

25. Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)

Disc 3

1. Jeepers Creepers

2. Imagination

3. Cherokee

4. 'Round About One A.M.

5. Jug

6. Wow

7. Blue And Sentimental

8. Liza

9. Can't We Be Friends

10. New Blues Up And Down

11. Thrill Of Your Kiss

12. If The Moon Turns Green

13. P.S. I Love You

14. This Can't Be Love

15. Down With It

16. For The Fat Man

17. Splinter

18. Confessin'

19. Undecided

20. Until The Real Thing Comes Along

21. Because Of Rain

22. Charmaine

23. Cool Mambo

24. Sonny Sounds

25. Blue Mambo

26. Stitt's It

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Track List: Work Done

2. Indiana (Live)

3. The Shadow Of Your Smile

4. Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)

5. Constellation

9. Loose Walk

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Track List: The Chronological Sonny Stitt: 1951-1953

1. I Cover The Waterfront

2. Don't Worry 'Bout Me

3. Down With It

4. For The Fat Man

5. Splinter

6. Confessin'

7. Cool Mambo

8. Sonny Sounds

9. Blue Mambo

10. Stitt's It

11. They Say It's Wonderful

14. Sonny's Bunny

15. Sancho Panza

16. Sweet And Lovely

19. Loose Walk

20. Pink Satin

21. Shine On Harvest Moon

22. Opus 202

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Track List: No Greater Love

1. Sonny's Blues

2. Old Folks

3. Lax

4. Yesterdays

5. What's New

6. Four

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Track List: How High The Moon

1. Koko

2. Easy Living

3. It's Hipper Than That

4. How High The Moon

5. Lover Man

6. Fools Rush In

7. Lonesome Road

8. I Want To Go Home

9. Katea

10. Flame And Frost

11. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes

12. Our Day Will Come

13. My Main Man

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Track List: Legends Of Acid Jazz vol 2

7. All The Things You Are

8. Lover Man

9. P.S. I Love You

10. Stella By Starlight

11. Bye Bye Blackbird

12. Over The Rainbow

13. Candy

14. Strike Up The Band

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Track List: Legends Of Acid Jazz

1. Turn It On

2. Bar-B-Que Man

3. Miss Riverside

4. Cry Me A River

5. There Are Such Things

6. Goin' To D.C.

7. Aires

8. Black Vibrations

9. Calling Card

10. Where Is Love?

11. Them Funky Changes

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Track List: Night Letter

1. Sunday

3. Love Nest

4. Hairy

5. For You

6. Shadows

7. Night Letter

8. When It's Sleepy Time Down South

9. Stringin' The Jug

10. Pretend

11. Blue String

12. You'll Never Know

13. Loose Walk

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Track List: Jazz Masters 50 (1956-1962)

1. I Got Rhythm

2. Mean To Me

3. Sonny's Tune

4. Time After Time

5. Walkin'

6. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me

7. Easy Does It

8. Just Friends

9. Easy Living

10. On The Sunny Side Of The Street

11. Laura

12. The String

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Track List: Soul Classics

1. Soul Shack (Feat. Jack McDuff)

2. When Sunny Gets Blue (Feat. Jack McDuff)

3. Night Crawler (Feat. Don Patterson)

4. Goin' Down Slow

5. Night Letter

6. When It's Sleepy Time Down South

7. Walk On By (Feat. Don Patterson)

8. Lover Man

9. Goin' To D.C.

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Track List: Compact Jazz: Sonny Stitt The Verve Years

1. I Know That You Know

2. Moten Swing (Feat. The Oscar Peterson Trio)

3. Try A Little Tenderness

4. Twelfth Street Rag

5. New York Blues

6. Scrapple From The Apple (Feat. The Oscar Peterson Trio)

7. Down Home Blues (Funky Blues)

8. Back To My Home Town

9. Tune Up

10. Autumn In New York

11. Two For Timbucktu

12. Blues For Bags

13. Body And Soul (1956)

14. After You've Gone (1959)

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Track List: Just In Case You Forgot How Bad He Really Was

1. Dig Dr. Woody

2. Star Eyes

3. Everything Happens To Me

4. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes

5. Ballad Medley: How Deep Is The Ocean/Smoke Gets In Your Eyes/My Foolish Heart/Over The Rainbow/Serenade In Blue

6. Solo Excerpt

7. Lover Man

8. Laura (Live)

9. Wee

10. Outro

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Track List: Moonlight In Vermont

1. West 48th Street

2. Who Can I Turn To

3. Moonlight In Vermont

4. Flight Cap Blues

5. It Might As Well Be Spring

6. Constellation

7. Blues For PCM

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Track List: Mr. Bojangles

1. Mr. Bojangles

2. The World Is A Ghetto

3. Killing Me Softly With His Song

4. Blue Monsoon

5. Got To Be There

6. Fifty Per Cent

7. Ben

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Track List: Goin' Down Slow

1. Miss Ann, Lisa, Sue And Sadie

2. Where Is Love?

3. Living Without You

4. Goin' Down Slow

5. Moving Beauty

6. Back Door

7. Your Love Is So Doggone Good

8. Orange Ashtray

9. I Don't Know Yet

10. The More I See You

11. Speculation

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Track List: Autumn In New York

1. Stardust

2. Cherokee

3. Autumn In New York

4. The Gypsy

5. Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)

6. Matter Horns

7. Hello

8. Night Work

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Track List: Stitt Plays Bird

1. Now's The Time

2. My Little Suede Shoes

3. Parker's Mood

4. Constellation

5. Au Privave

6. Hootie Blues

7. Confirmation

8. Ko-Ko

9. Yardbird Suite

10. Scrapple From The Apple

11. Ornithology

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Track List: Rearin' Back

1. Rearin' Back

2. Queen

3. Carpsie's Groove

4. Bunny R.

5. Cut Plug

6. Little Girl Blue

7. We

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Track List: Low Flame

1. Low Flame

2. Put Your Little Foot Right Out

3. Cynthia Sue

4. Donald Duck

5. Close Your Eyes

6. Silly Billy

7. Baby, Do You Ever Think Of Me

8. Fine And Dandy

9. My New Baby

10. Misty

11. Soul Food

12. Shangri-La

13. Mama Don't Allow

14. The Eternal One

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Track List: The Sensual Sound Of Sonny Stitt With The Ralph Burns Strings

1. Try A Little Tenderness

2. Back To My Home Town

7. Time After Time

9. Once In A While

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Track List: Sonny Stitt At The D.J. Lounge

1. McKie's

2. It All Depends On You

3. Blue Moon

4. Jay Tee

5. I'm In The Mood For Love

6. Free Chicken

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Track List: Blows The Blues

1. Blue Devil Blues

2. Home Free Blues

3. Blue Prelude

4. Frankie And Johnny

5. Birth Of The Blues

6. Blues Offering

7. Hymnal Blues

8. Morning After Blues

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Track List: Sonny Stitt Sits In With The Oscar Peterson Trio

1. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

2. Au Privave

3. The Gypsy

4. I'll Remember April

5. Scrapple From The Apple

6. Moten Swing (Feat. The Oscar Peterson Trio)

7. Blues For Pres, Sweets, Ben & All The Other Funky Ones

8. Easy Does It

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Track List: The Hard Swing

1. I Got Rhythm

2. What's New?

3. Subito

4. If I Had You

5. I'll Remember April

6. Blues For Lester

7. After You've Gone

8. Street Of Dreams

9. The Way You Look Tonight

10. Presto

11. Tune Up

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Track List: Sonny Stitt (Original LP Tracks)

1. Propapagoon

2. This Is Always

3. Jack Spratt

4. Just You, Just Me

5. Cool Blues

6. Mr. Sun

7. Dancing On The Ceiling

8. Everyone Does

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Track List: Only The Blues

1. The String

2. Cleveland Blues

3. B.W. Blues

4. Blues For Bags

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Track List: Sonny Stitt With The New Yorkers

1. The Best Things In Life Are Free

3. It Might As Well Be Spring

4. Cherokee

5. I Didn't Know What Time It Was

6. Body & Soul

7. People Will Say We're In Love

8. Bloosey

9. Bird's Eye

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Track List: Personal Appearance

1. Easy To Love

2. Easy Living

3. Autumn In New York

4. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To

5. For Some Friends

6. I Never Knew

7. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

8. East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)

9. Original?

10. Avalon (1957)

11. Blues Greasy

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Track List: New York Jazz

1. Norman's Blues

2. I Know That You Know

3. If I Had You

4. Alone Together

5. Twelfth Street Rag

6. Down Home Blues (Funky Blues)

7. Sonny's Tune

8. Stars Fell On Alabama

9. Body And Soul (1956)

10. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea

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Track List: Kaleidoscope

1. Stitt's It

2. Cool Mambo

3. Blue Mambo

4. Sonny Sounds

5. Ain't Misbehavin'

6. Later

7. P.S. I Love You

8. This Can't Be Love

9. Imagination

10. Cherokee

11. Can't We Be Friends

12. Liza

13. To Think You've Chosen Me

14. After You've Gone

15. Our Very Own

16. 'S Wonderful

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If there was no Charlie Parker there would be no Sonny Stitt.
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It said that tenor solos are part of what indicates a Sonny Stitt style, but wasn't he mostly alto?
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Michael Missiras
Trumpet/Corn e t / C o m p o s e r
NYC/ arctic1974@g m a i l . c o m

One of the most consummate saxophonists in Jazz with equal abilities on both alto and tenor sax. The classic Eternal Triangle album with Sonny Rollins showcases his tenor sax playing at its highest level.
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Searching for song gene Ammons
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kjenkinsjc
He was born in Saginaw Michigan where I lived for many years.
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Not listed in biog but I recall vividly catching him twice with Ella, Diz & Monk back in early 60s on UK leg of Norman Granz Jazz at the Phil 'tours. He & they were all on top-notch form! Great nights of jazz like those had me hooked--ever since!
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poppa_bear49
Stitt, Rollins, Coltrane, Young, Gordon, Ammons, Parker; there's probably more to say but I think these guys can cover all the bases. Rate them GREAT!!!
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janis1992
Ted, I know what you mean about missing live Real Smooth Jazz from the Real Greats. In Chicago, I got to see Miles, Wes, and many other Greats!
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Miss so much about listening to the great Jazz musicians live at Lennies on the Turnpike in Peabody, MA. Particularly the likes of Sonny Stitt who was introduced to me by Lennie iin the late 60's.
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A Mellow,Mello w man! I can still see him on the corner of 57th. St.NYC.
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Some of of the best strings of any sax player of his era. Love his work with Zoot Sims; great contrast; the hard-driving Stitt vs. the melodic, reflective Sims.
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To Thompsonlann y : I agree with all you're saying, especially since I'm a jazz musician.. All I'm saying is that, barring Pandora's conceding to your demands, if you wanted the personnel on a cut, you could find out quickly by opening a new window & researching it while you listen-- There's so much info on the Web that we didn't have in the old days..to me it's fun to dig around a bit, because you CAN find EVERYTHING.. . (Yes, I used to read LP covers while listening- but now you need a microsco
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thompsonlann y
In the old days, all of the recording information was on the album cover. It was a pleasure to hold and read while listening. The problem with Pandora and iTunes is the assumption that a track is identified by the artist and the song with a nod sometimes to the original album or CD. This is not pop music. This is jazz. A trio or quartet is not an artist. All personnel are artists and deserve equal respect. So yes!! Pandora should put personnel info on jazz tracks.
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I can't believe the cats who keep complaining that there aren't personnel listings for the tunes.. you're on THE INTERNET, where you can find EVERYTHING in MINUTES. Yet you still want to be spoon-fed information! ? These people are clearly spoiled by the convenience of the Information Age! (Hey, did you every actually visit a library?)...
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I strongly agree w/ tart722 !_It's Jazz, we NEED to know ALL the Players on a particular recording!!! ! _ _ I t is a Requisite!!! ! _ P l e a s e ! ! ! - T h a n k - y o u in advance for making this correction!!
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I remember when I was a little girl my mother would take me to rehersals for a sax player which she told me was her cousin. It turns out it was Sony Stitt. At that time he was playing at the High Hat Club in Boston, Ma. I guess he is also My cousin!
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Wouldn't it be wonderful, if we also knew the sidemen on these dates?
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Per Sonny Stitt's own words, he & Bird arrived at their respective styles simultaneous l y . If you listen to Stitt in '46, he has the same concept as Bird but in a decidedly personal style. Even if it was true that he was a copycat, in my opinion he took what Bird did and stepped it up several notches. Plus, to be compared to the greatest player in the history of jazz should not be a shame. I'm an alto player, inspired by Parker, and when anyone jokingly calls me Bird, it's the highest honor!
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do not forget sonny stitt the man was a master.
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Always a Giant, saw him in Denver in 62 and sessioned with him in Los Angeles in 75,76 He was a machine gun!
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Saw him live at Keystone West, Winter 1981 along with Art Blakey, Mal Waldron and others at Christmas all-star revue. Anybody remember that date?
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great drive and technique.he swings. very enjoyable.

p.s. Do I need to sit by the computer to evaluate each song to prove that I am listening? I sleep very little-avera g e 2 hours in bed. I leave your program on as it is very comforting to listen to Jazz, which I love. Thank you for the opportunity of choosing artists that I enjoy.
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billy3bam
i use to see the priceless battles he had w/jug ammons@the toast of the town on stoney island w/unk ezra back in the late 60's.....wow ! ! ( i n chicago)

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